Six members of a crime group supplying Ozersk town with heroin were detained
The leader of the criminal group was put in a detention center.
Activity of a criminal group supplying the town of Ozersk (the Closed Administrative Territorial Unit, the Chelyabinsk Region) with heroin was suppressed: a leader and five members of the gang were detained, as the Dostup news agency reports with reference to the press service of the General Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) for the region.
Officers of the General Admiration of Criminal Investigation of the MIA, Ozersk local police and the SWAT have detained members of the criminal group, supplying drugs to the territory of the “closed zone”.
During the operation, six people were arrested, all of them had been tried. As a result of a dozen of raids being held on the territory of Ozersk and Kyshtym towns, 38 grams of heroin were found and seized.
The Investigation Department Ministry of the MIA of Russia for the Closed Administrative Territorial Unit Ozersk initiated criminal cases on possession and sale of drugs on a large scale as provided for by part 2 and part 4 of Article 228 of the Criminal Code. The accused to face from 10 to 20 years of sentence. The leader of the criminal group was put in a detention center.
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