Police drug dealer sentenced to 11 years in Leningrad Region
The Investigative Committee of the Leningrad region reported convicting former police officer, who was selling drugs in the city of Tikhvin.
The 28-year-old former officer of the regional MIA in Tikhvin received 11 years of imprisonment in a colony with a strict regime.
According to the media reports, the illegal activity of law enforcement agency's officer lasted within the entire 2015.
The materials of the case demonstrate that the police officer sold to the customer on 13th of May 2015 prohibited psychotropic substances in a large amount. A month later, he acquired a massive quantity of drugs for sale.
During the arrest in June of 2015 the senior sergeant of internal service, the driver of the regional MIA in Tikhvin said that bought amphetamine amounting to 4, 4 grams for personal use, but examination revealed no traces of drug use, which was packaged and stored in the car and apartment of the defendant.
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