Voronezh: Drugdealer who threw heroin to colony using slingshot got caught
The 25-year-old resident of the Voronezh region was caught when attempting to pass the drugs to prisoners of the correctional camp No. 1 in Semiluki.
According to the press service of the regional prosecutor's office, the man was detained on June 22 when trying to pass a consignment of heroin and methadone over the colony fence with the help of a slingshot.
The colony guards noticed the man, who was throwing something over the fence with the help of a slingshot, and detained him. It turned out that he carried a consignment of drugs. According to the young man, he wanted to transfer the drugs to his friends who were serving their sentences in the prison.
At present, specialists of the Voronezh Prosecutor's Office for Supervision of Observance of Laws in Prisons have initiated a check into the incident. Based on its results, a decision on the criminal proceedings initiation will be taken.
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