Investigation into gang trafficking synthetic drugs from China completed
The first department of the Novosibirsk Regional ICR Investigations Directorate for major investigations has completed the investigation into the case against members of a crime community created for the sale of drugs in the territory of Novosibirsk.
The investigation found that in March 2012, nine men aged from 23 to 34 founded a crime community. Men agreed on the sale of drugs and clearly allocated the parts. From March to November of the year in question, they supplied large quantities of synthetic drugs from China via a well-established channel. They would package the drugs in small doses and then distribute them among the drug addicts.
Addicts would pay the traders through the Kiwi payment system, connect by mobile communication, receive the goods paid from caches organized in public places. When detaining the gang, the law enforcers seized 133 kg of drugs ready for sale.
The investigation of the criminal case against seven members of the crime community has been completed, two of them still evade the investigation. In the near future, the criminal case will be sent to the court.
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