Operation in Florida: police seized drugs and weapons and arrested four people
Three of the captives were sentenced by the justices. There is a provision of punishment ranging from fine to three years in jail.
Within the framework of Operation Old Dog, personnel from the Florida Departmental Anti-Drug Brigade carried out investigative, surveillance and information analysis tasks to combat drug trafficking and micro-trafficking in the city, the Interior Ministry reported.
The operation, carried out by the second-shift prosecutor’s office, led to five simultaneous raids in different houses, where more than 13 kilograms of copper, 20 doses of base paste, a .32 caliber revolver with six cartridges, money, a knife, a machete and various telephone equipment.
In addition, four people of legal age were arrested, who were made available to the prosecutor’s office. Of these, the judge sentenced three.
A 49-year-old man, with a criminal record, will serve three years and six months in prison for being criminally responsible for the continuing offense of marketing cocaine base paste and items for sale on a repeat There are two serious reception offenses to receive. base. real.
A 24-year-old man with a criminal record was sentenced to three years in prison as a “criminally responsible offender of the continuing offense of marketing base paste and cocaine”.
For his part, a 68-year-old man with no criminal record would have to pay a fine of 10 adjustable units (about $15,000) for being a “criminally responsible offender for the offense of unauthorized possession of firearms.”