33 arrested in two anti-drug operations of the Civil Guard in Almería, Murcia and Castellón
The 16 detainees in Almería and Murcia had about 3,000 liters of gasoline in cans that they used to transport the drug.
In the records carried out, a total of 17,600 euros in cash and 40 SIM cards of mobile phones have been seized
The 17 detainees in Castellón are members of a family clan that led nine points of sale in bunkerized homes
The Civil Guard has detained 33 people in two anti-drug operations that have been carried out in Almería, Murcia and Castellón.
In the framework of the “Trementina” operation, the Civil Guard has broken up in Almería a criminal organization dedicated to distributing large quantities of hashish, seizing a total of 3,060 kilos of hashish.
16 people have been arrested in Almería and Murcia for the alleged crimes of belonging to a criminal organization, drug trafficking and falsification of registration.
Likewise, six searches have been made in the towns of Adra and Berja, in which, among other effects, a total of 17,600 euros in cash, about 3,000 liters of gasoline and more than 40 mobile phone SIM cards have been seized, used for the commission of the criminal act. 2 large capacity vehicles have been intervened, one of them with false registration.
The investigation began at the beginning of this year after learning about the movements carried out by several people, members of a criminal organization based in the Almería province, and whose purpose was the trafficking of hashish on a large scale, whose origin was in North Africa and whose final destination were the European countries.