9 individuals arrested for forming two criminal networks trafficking in cocaine and cannabis


Acting on information obtained by the territorial section of the national gendarmerie of Dar El Beida mentioning a network engaged in the trafficking of cocaine on the axis Alger-Boumerdès, the same service proceeded to the training of two groups of investigators to follow this case. The exemplary exploitation of the information and the meticulous surveillance besides the use of the modern technologies made it possible, according to the communique, to arrest six (06) individuals forming this criminal group, the majority of whom are convicts aged between 30. and 50 years from the wilayas of Algiers and Boumerdes.

The search operations resulted in the seizure of 10 grams of cocaine and a significant quantity of drugs (processed kif) in addition to the seizure of prohibited sensitive equipment and knives of various types and volumes.

The six defendants were brought before the public prosecutor at the El Harrach court, who ordered their detention at the El Harrach Rehabilitation Center.

Treated by the territorial brigade of the National Gendarmerie of Douéra (Algiers), the second case resulted in the dismantling of another network composed of three (3) African nationals (two men and one woman ), who engaged in the trafficking of cannabis in the form of packages and raw materials.

The report of scientific expertise established by the National Institute of Forensic Sciences and Criminology (NCIC) revealed that these materials are part of the composition of drugs after having taken cognizance of the physico-chemical nature and microscope of plant matter under international control.

The legal procedures finalized, the mis en cause of this network were presented before the public prosecutor at the court of Koléa who ordered their detention in the rehabilitation of El Harrach.

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lettifi mohamed saber

Journalist-Editor of the ALG24 website since December 2016. In the press since March 2014. Specialized in security and political information. E-mail: lettifimohamedsaber@gmail.com Phone number: 066 29 881 61

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