In Sevastopol, a woman and a man were sentenced for selling drugs. 4 years and 11 years, respectively
The Sevastopol City Court agreed with the position of the prosecutor’s office of the city of Sevastopol and upheld the conviction of the Gagarinsky District Court against the 38-year-old man and his 41-year-old partner.
They were found guilty under Part 1 of Art. 228.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (illegal sale of narcotic drugs) and Part 3 of Art. 30 – clause “d”, part 4, art. 228.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (attempted illegal sale of narcotic drugs on a large scale). The cohabitants used drugs and sold them to their friends. It was established that in July 2021, the woman sold the drug α-PVP to one buyer, and the man the next day to another. Their criminal activities were stopped by police officers. In the man’s apartment, 3 more portions of the same narcotic drug were found and seized, packaged in microtubes and bags and intended for sale.,” reported the press service of the Sevastopol prosecutor’s office.
The investigation into the criminal case was carried out by the Department of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Gagarinsky district of Sevastopol. The court of first instance sentenced the woman to 4 years of imprisonment to be served in a general regime correctional colony, and to the man 11 years of imprisonment in a maximum security correctional colony. Having disagreed with the court decision, the convict and his lawyers appealed it. However, the Sevastopol City Court, taking into account the arguments of the city prosecutor’s office, rejected all appeals. The court’s verdict entered into legal force.
source: press service of the Sevastopol prosecutor’s office