PMDF dismantles drug trafficking point in Riacho Fundo II

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Three suspects were immediately arrested and taken to the 27th Police Station (Recanto das Emas)

On the afternoon of this Wednesday (31), three individuals were arrested by the Military Police of the Federal District (PMDF) for involvement in drug trafficking, in an action triggered after a report of domestic violence in set 8 of QC 4, located in Riacho Fund II.

Military police officers belonging to the Operational Tactical Group of the 28th Battalion (Gtop 48) were called after receiving information about a possible situation of false imprisonment in a residence in the region.

Upon arriving at the indicated address, Gtop 48 agents found three individuals inside the house, along with several marijuana tablets, a precision scale and an amount of more than R$30,000 in cash.

The three suspects were immediately arrested and taken to the 27th Police Station (Recanto das Emas).

Article published on February 1, 2024 07:28

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