Kirov police detains 30 drug buyers at cemetery
The citizens received information about caches via a messenger.
In three days Kirov policemen managed to detain 30 people at the local cemetery on suspicion of buying amphetamine, the regional MIA’s press service the region reports. The suspects allegedly looked for caches of prohibited substances at the cemetery. The substance was seized from several detainees.
“The detainees told the police that they received the information on the whereabouts of the caches via online messengers after they transferred the money to unknown persons,” the police said.
All the detainees were offered to undergo a medical examination for drug use. Regarding those who refused, administrative protocols were drawn up. The police are looking for drug dealers and those involved. The initiation of criminal proceedings against the detainees is being addressed.
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