The agents have counted on the collaboration of citizens
A hundred doses of cocaine and the tools used for its handling have been seized
The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia and the Local Police of Pliego have carried out an action to prosecute drug trafficking, which has resulted in the dismantling of an active point of sale of drugs in the entertainment area of â€‹â€‹Pliego, in which the person who ran it has been arrested and a hundred doses of cocaine and the tools used for handling have been seized.
Within the framework of the services established to combat drug trafficking and within the 'Plan against retail trafficking and consumption of drugs in leisure zones', the Benemérita initiated an investigation into the one now arrested on suspicion that it could be linked to this criminal typology.
Parallel to the investigation, last Monday, a person from the suspect's environment appeared in the premises of the Local Pliego Police, providing a large quantity of cocaine and informing that it was the property of the suspect.
The Local Police of Pliego coordinated with the Civil Guard of the locality and transferred the informant and the drug to the headquarters of the Benemérita where the apprehension of the prohibited substance was made and the instruction of the corresponding proceedings was initiated, as well as the efforts of location of the alleged perpetrator.
The search device established on suspicion culminated on May 29 with its location and detention as alleged perpetrator of drug trafficking offense.
During the proceedings, 106 doses of cocaine, disposed in paper and rock, and a precision balance used for the development of criminal activity were seized.
The action developed by Local Police of Pliego and Civil Guard has allowed to dismantle an active point of sale of drugs that was located next to a zone of leisure of the locality.
The Spanish detainee, 18 years old and neighbor of Pliego, the drug seized, the effects seized and the diligences instructed have been made available to the Magistrate's Court of Mula (Murcia).
Source: Ministerio del Interior