A girl who combined tutoring with drug trafficking was detained in Moscow

MOSCOW, February 12 – RIA Novosti. The police found a drug laboratory in Severnoye Chertanovo, where they found more than 3 kilograms of drugs, the press service of the Moscow GUMVD reported. As the RIA Novosti source clarified, one of the girls suspected of organizing the laboratory was a tutor at her “main” job.

Earlier, on the territory of the southern district of Moscow, two men were detained with drugs packaged in bundles not exceeding 10 and 30 grams. As established by law enforcement officers, they made caches-bookmarks in different parts of the city, ordering large quantities of illegal substances on the Internet.

“Further, in the course of operational-search measures, the police established the location of the apartment where the” warehouse “of the drugs being sold was located. Two girls, 18 and 20 years old, who rented housing for storing drugs with the aim of their further distribution, were detained in this residential building in the message. In the apartment, the police found items for the preparation of drugs, as well as the illegal substances themselves.

“According to a study carried out in the ECC of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Moscow, the seized drug is mephedrone, weighing more than 1800 grams, and hashish, weighing about 1400 grams … The total weight of the seized drugs was about 3200 grams,” press release.

On this fact, the investigation of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Chertanovo Severnoye region initiated a criminal case on an attempt on the illegal production, sale or transfer of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances or their analogues. One of the suspects is in custody, the other is under house arrest.

As a law enforcement source told RIA Novosti, one of the girls at the “main” job was a tutor, she is also a graduate of one of the leading metropolitan universities.

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