Members of an organized group that sold “synthetics” in Crimea ended up in the dock
The Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Crimea approved an indictment in a criminal case against three local residents. According to investigators, two men created and headed an organized group that sold prohibited substances in the region. They involved several people in their illegal activities, including another defendant who served as a “pawnbroker.”
One of the organizers of the criminal group purchased wholesale quantities of cannabis, N-methylephedrone and mephedrone on the Internet. Passing on instructions to his accomplices, he provided them with information about the locations of the “cache” bookmarks. While trying to extract another batch of drugs, the accused were detained by internal affairs officers,” the prosecutor’s office provided details.
The criminal case with the approved indictment was sent to the Zheleznodorozhny District Court of the city of Simferopol for consideration on the merits. The potential penalty is severe, including up to 20 years in prison.