Operation fulfills more than 300 warrants in Alagoas and 16 other states | Alagoas

Operation fulfills more than 300 warrants in Alagoas and 16 other states | Alagoas
Operation fulfills more than 300 warrants in Alagoas and 16 other states | Alagoas
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1 of 2 Material seized in operation against drug trafficking and money laundering Alagoas — Photo: SSP/AL
Material seized in an operation against drug trafficking and money laundering in Alagoas — Photo: SSP/AL

An operation by the Civil Police of Alagoas and the State Secretariat for Public Security (SSP) was launched this Thursday (1st) to comply with 307 arrest warrants, search and seizure in Alagoas and 16 other states simultaneously. Investigations point to a criminal scheme of large-scale drug trafficking and money laundering.

The operation was called Hades. The investigative work began in March 2021 by the Directorate for the Repression of Corruption and Organized Crime (Dracco), of the Civil Police of Alagoas to investigate the criminal movement of four people, two of them couples, in illicit activities.

The warrants were issued by the 17th Criminal Court of the Capital of Alagoas, after a favorable opinion from Gaeco, from the Public Ministry of Alagoas, based on the technical evidence presented by Dracco.

Altogether they are 79 arrest warrants and 228 search and seizure warrants in the states of Alagoas, Amazonas, Bahia, Ceará, Goiás, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Pará, Paraná, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Norte, Roraima, Santa Catarina and São Paulo.

Two couples were identified and led two organizations independently: one in Alagoas and the other in Pará, but with points in common, such as members who belonged to the same nationwide criminal factions and a very sophisticated money laundering scheme.

2 of 2 Vehicles and weapons were seized during Operation ‘Hades’ in Ribeirão Preto (SP) — Photo: Disclosure/ Civil Police
Vehicles and weapons were seized during Operation ‘Hades’ in Ribeirão Preto (SP) — Photo: Disclosure/ Civil Police

Warrants served by state

  1. Alagoas – 27 warrants, seven for arrest and 20 for search and seizure;
  2. Amazonas – 29 warrants, three for arrest and 26 for search and seizure;
  3. Bahia – two search and seizure warrants;
  4. Ceará – 11 warrants, three for arrest and eight for search and seizure;
  5. Goiás – 10 search and seizure warrants;
  6. Mato Grosso – 13 warrants, three for arrest and 10 for search and seizure;
  7. Mato Grosso do Sul – 61 warrants, 19 for arrest and 42 for search and seizure;
  8. Minas Gerais – five warrants, one for arrest and four for search and seizure;
  9. Pará – 40 warrants, 14 for arrest and 26 for search and seizure;
  10. Paraná – an arrest warrant;
  11. Pernambuco – three warrants, two for arrest and one for search and seizure;
  12. Piauí – two warrants, one for arrest and one for search and seizure;
  13. Rio de Janeiro – 11 warrants, four for arrest and seven for search and seizure;
  14. Rio Grande do Norte – a search and seizure warrant;
  15. Roraima – 04 warrants, one for arrest and two for search and seizure;
  16. Santa Catarina – four warrants, one for arrest and three for search and seizure;
  17. São Paulo – 84 warrants, 19 for arrest and 65 for search and seizure.

Organizations in Alagoas and Pará

In Alagoas, the organization operated mainly in Maceió, in the Levada neighborhood and surrounding areas. The couple also distributed drugs to other municipalities in the state where the criminal faction that the individual is part of predominates.

It was also found throughout the investigation that the suppliers who supplied the Alagoas market were from the state of São Paulo. They received the drugs from Mato Grosso do Sul, a state that borders Paraguay and Bolivia, which are major drug producers.

The second criminal organization targeted by the operation was led by a man born in Pará, but who lived in Alagoas for a long time and established command of drug trafficking in neighborhoods in the upscale area of ​​Maceió, such as Ponta Verde, Jatiúca, Pajuçara, Mangabeiras and Jacarecica. He was also at the forefront of illicit activities in Pará.

The drugs that were sold by this criminal group originated from suppliers in the state of Amazonas, which borders Colombia and Peru, the world’s first and second largest cocaine producers, respectively.

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