Moscow police detained OCG member with two kilos of heroin
In Moscow police officers have detained a member of a drug gang with two kilograms of heroin.
The operation to apprehend the OCG member was carried out by officers of the MIA General Directorate for Drug Control together with the Yasenevo district police during special investigation activities against persons involved in heroin trafficking in the Moscow region.
About 2 kg of heroin of high concentration was found during a search of the detainee's car. The man has previous convictions.
According to preliminary data, the drugs were intended for sale in a contactless manner. Its approximate cost exceeds 4 million rubles. Investigation of this episode is currently under way; a criminal case has been initiated under part 3 of Art. 30, part 5 of Art. 228-1 of the Russian Criminal Code. The detainee has been arrested.
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