Police closes liquor distributor used as a point of drug trafficking in Novo Gama (GO)

Police closes liquor distributor used as a point of drug trafficking in Novo Gama (GO)
Police closes liquor distributor used as a point of drug trafficking in Novo Gama (GO)

The owner of the establishment was sent to the city prison.

On 09/23/2022 14:47

The Civil Police closed a liquor distributor used as a front for drug trafficking in the Lago Azul neighborhood, in Novo Gama, in the surroundings of the Federal District. The operation was announced on Thursday (22) and started the day before. The owner of the establishment was arrested and more than a thousand portions of cocaine distributed in ‘eppendorf’ pins were seized.

The investigations began after the police received several anonymous reports about the sale of drugs in the commercial establishment. After collecting the information, the police executed two search and seizure warrants at the distributor and at the investigated person’s house.

Police closes liquor distributor used as a point of drug trafficking in Novo Gama (Photo: Civil Police)

In addition to the cocaine pins, the police found other portions of the drug, empty eppendorf pins, scissors and objects used to package the narcotic. A cell phone, credit cards and about R$200 in cash were also seized.

The owner of the distributor was taken to the police station and sent to the municipal prison for the crime of drug trafficking. According to the police, the man had already been arrested for the same crime in 2017. He remains at the disposal of the Judiciary.

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*Jeice Oliveira is part of the Mais Goiás internship program under the supervision of Hugo Oliveira

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