16/08/2016 11h08 - Updated 17/08/2016 09h27

Russian Roulette operation holds three weapons diversion suspects in AM

Among the arrested suspects is a researcher. The action is carried out by the SSP-AM and Civil Police.
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Operation Russian Roulette, against the diversion of firearms that occurred in the Amazon Criminalistics Institute, body structure of the Department of Technical and Scientific Police (DPTC), It broke out on Tuesday (16), In Manaus. The action is carried out by the State of Amazonas Public Safety (SSP-AM) and Civil Police.

According to the SSP-AM, Three people were arrested, among them a researcher and an administrative assistant servant of the Civil Police, and an independent dealer.

Near 22 firearms were seized with the suspects, according to the Civil Police. The investigations were conducted by the Civil Police delegates Benelli Paulo Henrique de Azevedo and Fernando Bezerra de Oliveira Lima, with the support and direct supervision of the Task Force of the Comptroller General of the Public Security System, coordinated by delegated Emilia Ferraz.

The weapons were diverted between 2015 e 2016, where it was found, inclusive, em fraud drills. Investigations realize that servers diverted weapons in different shifts and mocked documentation procedures within the institute in order to commit the crime. After fraud, the weapons were sold to the merchant Adauto Silva, which sold the weapons to criminals.

The investigations were conducted by the Civil Police delegates Benelli Paulo Henrique de Azevedo and Fernando Bezerra de Oliveira Lima, with the support and direct supervision of the Task Force of the Comptroller General of the Public Security System, coordinated by delegated Emilia Ferraz.

Investigations into the arms diversion are conducted by the civil police, with the support and direct supervision of the Task Force of the Comptroller General of the Public Security System.

Source: AM POST Writing

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