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Network Trafficking Drugs between Czech Republic and Dominican Republic Is Dismantled

By Dialogo
November 04, 2011

The Czech police dismantled a network trafficking cocaine between the Dominican Republic and European Union countries by way of the Czech Republic and detained those chiefly responsible, a police chief announced in Prague.

“The arrest of the three chief organizers took place in Prague. Previously, seven Czech traffickers (six women and one man) were detained at the Frankfurt and Brussels airports,” the head of the anti-drug brigade of the Czech police, Jakub Frydrych, announced.

Seven kilos of cocaine, with a market value of around US $663,000, were seized, Frydrych indicated.

“The drugs were destined for the Prague market, but also for other European Union countries,” Frydrych added in a statement.

One of the three people arrested in Prague is of Iranian nationality, and the other two are Czech, according to the police chief.



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