Venezuelan hairdressers are stuck with ammunition and drugs in the center of Manaus

The 6 DIP investigation team came to offenders after receiving anonymous reports.
27/07/2017 13h50 - Updated 28/07/2017 12h14
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The research team of the 6th District Integrated Police (DIP), arrested in flagrante, on Wednesday morning, 26, around 10:45 am, Venezuelans hairdressers Eduard Aljevis Hospedales, 25, and Felix Jose Salazar Hospedades, 24, involved in drug trafficking in the city. The incident occurred in Lawrence Avenida da Silva Braga, known as "Manaus Moderna", in the Centro neighborhood, South zone of the capital.

According to Jeff delegate David Mac Donald, the 6 DIP investigation team came to offenders after receiving anonymous reports, made to the hotline of the police unit (92) 99184-4434, stating that two hairdressers were selling drugs at a trade show in the region, in the Centro neighborhood.

"The offenders reside in Manaus for a year. They are nomadic and hairdressers, for not having fixed workplace, we had some difficulty in locating them. We set bell at the location indicated by the complaint and we made the blatant. During magazine found in possession of offenders 25 oxy bundles and a small portion of marijuana ", He explained the holder of the 6 DIP.

Immediately thereafter the police officers went to the hotel where the offenders were living, in Lima Bacuri Street, in the Centro neighborhood. Inside their bedroom were seized four fire caliber gun ammunition 44 and pistol ammunition caliber 380. Both of permitted use.

Eduard and Felix were sued in the act of drug trafficking, Association for trafficking and irregular possession of permitted use of firearm. At the end of the procedures applicable at the police station, violators will be taken to Custody Hearing in Henoch Minister Forum da Silva Reis, in the San Francisco neighborhood, South zone of the capital.


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