Three Rosgvardia officers detained with large drug consignment in Chelyabinsk
According to some reports, more than 600 grams of mephedrone were seized from them.
Leninsky district of Chelyabinsk saw officers of the non-departmental security forces of Rosgvardia being detained on suspicion of possession of drugs for sale. The Investigative Committee of Russia for the Chelyabinsk region reported that “the police have detained three officers of the regional department of Rosgvardia from whom narcotic drugs on an especially large scale prepared for sale were seized.” They have already been arrested, an investigation is underway. A criminal case on attempted Sale of Drugs on an especially large scale (part 3 of Art. 30, part 5 of Art. 228.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) was opened.
As Znak.com reports, citing law enforcement sources, more than 600 grams of mephedrone was seized from them.
The press service of the Rosgvardia Department for the Chelyabinsk region confirmed the fact of detention and reported on an official inspection. If the information is confirmed the detained employees will be dismissed from the authorities and brought to justice.
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