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The Civil Guard dismantles an active retail point of sale of multiple narcotic substances (23/03/2020)

The search carried out in a home has resulted in the seizure of a hundred doses of cocaine, 150 grams of hashish, 15 ecstasy pills, 300 grams of marijuana buds, a simulated pistol, several stab weapons, money and a weighing scale. precision

The alleged leader of the criminal organization has entered prison

The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, within the framework of the services established to prevent and prosecute drug trafficking, has carried out in Alguazas the operation 'ALUATZA', an investigation that has resulted in the disarticulation of an experienced dedicated criminal group , allegedly, to the continuous trafficking of multiple narcotic substances.

The investigation has culminated in the arrest of five people and the seizure, at the home of one of the arrested, of 101 doses of cocaine, 150 grams of hashish, 15 pills of ecstasy, 300 grams of marijuana buds, a simulated pistol , several knives, money and a precision scale.

The operation began at the beginning of the month, when the Civil Guard was on the trail of an alleged criminal network dedicated to the sale of different narcotic substances in Alguazas.

Agents suspected that experienced criminals involved in drug trafficking had established an active retail outlet at a local property.

The investigations carried out by the investigators made it possible to locate a home to which many young people, some of them minors, went frequently and uninterrupted 24 hours a day, for which reason the appropriate surveillance devices were established.

Once the necessary indications were obtained, the agents requested the corresponding authority to enter and search the dwelling under investigation from the judicial authority.

Thus, in a large police device made up of specialist units in the Judicial Police, Citizen Security and the Benemérita Cynological Service, the operation was carried out.

At the time of the search, several of the suspects tried to flee through the balcony of the house and the rear of the property.

One of them was intercepted in the courtyard of an adjoining house, while another was able to escape after jumping a 10-meter wall.

The examination of the interior of the home resulted in the location and seizure of 101 doses of cocaine, 150 grams of hashish, 15 pills of ecstasy, 300 grams of buds of marijuana, a simulated pistol, several white weapons, money and a precision scale. .

Part of the substances and money were inside a safe that was opened in the presence of the judicial commission.

They distributed four types of drugs 24 hours a day

According to the investigation, the criminal group, made up of five individuals, had organized a criminal structure directed at the massive sale of drugs at retail.

To this end, it had established at the home of one of its members the distribution point for various types of toxic substances, including cocaine and ecstasy.

In order to streamline their tasks, favor immediate and uninterrupted attention to their 'clients' 24 hours a day and prevent possible police surveillance, they had installed a presence detection system.

This detector triggered a light in the living room of the building when anyone who approached less than a meter from the facade.

With a hierarchical structure, the group's leaders had a second echelon, made up of individuals of sub-Saharan origin, in charge of the tasks of direct contact with consumers and the distribution of the drug.

Operation 'ALUATZA' has culminated in the arrest of the five members of the criminal group.

These are five men, aged between 19 and 36, of Spanish nationality (2), Senegalese (1) and Guinean (2), who are allegedly responsible for crimes against public health , for drug trafficking, and membership in a criminal organization.

The arrested, the drug seized, the effects seized and the investigative measures have been made available to the Investigating Court of Molina de Segura (Murcia), which has decreed the entry into prison of one of the detainees, owner of the house and apparently the leader of the now disjointed criminal organization.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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