Moscow police detained two Asian drug traffickers with 2 kg of heroin
In Moscow, police have detained two members of an ethnic OCG, engaged in drug trafficking.
Moscow policemen have detained two members of an ethnic OCG involved in the supply and distribution of heroin in the capital region.
According to MIA's press service, the operation to detain members of the gang had been well planned. A joint operation between employees of the MIA Main Department for Drug Control and DGCPI the Russian Interior Ministry and the General Administration of MIA for Moscow and Moscow region resulted in the detention of two migrants from Central Asia. Both of them are members of the ethnic crime group involved in the supply and distribution of heroin in the Moscow region. During detention, law enforcers found and seized about 2 kg of high quality heroin from the criminals.
Criminal cases under Preparations for a Crime, and Attempted Crimes and Illegal Making, Marketing or Transportation of Narcotic Drugs were initiated following the detention.
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