PF dismantles gang that sold two tons of cocaine per month in Brazil

The cocaine was transported in trucks and carts with false bottoms specially prepared to transport the drug.
29/06/2016 08h16 - Updated 29/06/2016 10h19
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A criminal organization of drug trafficking and money laundering, responsible for entering Brazil two tons of cocaine per month, It was disarticulated today (29), Federal Police during Operation Quijarro. Traffickers worked in Paraná, Mato Grosso do Sul and São Paulo.

Near 150 police meet 81 warrants, and 14 probation, 17 search and seizure in real estate, 43 search and seizure of vehicles and seven forceful in the cities of Londrina and Araucaria(PR), Corumbá(MS), Martinópolis, Presidente Prudente, in Sao Paulo, and in São Paulo.
Logistics

According to investigations, which began in January 2015, one of the groups responsible for the logistics of transportation of cocaine was installed in Londrina, with branches in Bolivia, Colombia and Spain.

The cocaine was transported in trucks and carts with false bottoms specially prepared to transport the drug, using the simulation of legal charges to circumvent the inspection, as well as drivers who were already aware of carrying the narcotic substance.

During the actions of the PF, more than three tons of cocaine and about $ 10 million were seized by the Bolivian core of the gang and identified in Brazil the buildings that were used as warehouses for loading, unloading and making "false bottoms".

Source: Agency Brazil


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