The Civil Guard locates an indoor marijuana plantation, hidden in a zulo under the drain of a tropical fruit growing greenhouse

There are 23 people arrested and several criminal groups operating in the provinces of Malaga, Cordoba and Seville have been dismantled

13 records have been made in which 2,800 marijuana plants, 10 kilos of buds, 863 grams of cocaine, 21 kilos of hashish, 13 vehicles and a firearm have been apprehended

The Civil Guard, within the framework of the so-called Bora White operation, has located several marihuna plantations located in homes, farmhouses and warehouses, one of them with 860 plants, hidden in a zulo under the drain of a fruit growing greenhouse tropical, in the town of Almogía (Málaga). This area was accessed through a sophisticated concealment system that was under a drain grate.

The abundant electrical fluid necessary to carry out this type of illicit cultivation was produced by an electric diesel generator, which was hidden in a metal transport container, located outside the farm where this novel plantation was located. They were able to avoid the possible investigations of the electric companies for illegal hooks of electricity, normal in this type of crime.
There are 23 people arrested and several criminal groups that operated in the provinces of Malaga, Cordoba and Seville have been dismantled.
There have been 13 records in which a total of 2,800 marijuana plants have been apprehended, 10 kilos of buds of this drug, 863 grams of cocaine, 21 kilos of hashish, 13 vehicles, a firearm and effects from different thefts committed in homes.
The investigation began a year ago, when the agents detected several criminal groups, with different tasks, but all related to each other and with a main function, the cultivation of marijuana.
All marijuana plantations produced at least three annual crops, which generated high profits. They also had sophisticated security systems and had personal surveillance 24 hours a day.
Marijuana, once cultivated, cut and dried, was arranged in vacuum-packed bags and sold to other criminal groups that subsequently transported it, hidden in double bottoms in vehicles, to northern Europe.
Marijuana was also exchanged for cocaine that was distributed among consumers in the towns of Benamejí (Córdoba), La Roda (Sevilla) and Antequera (Málaga).
The leader of the organization was intervened with a revolver of caliber 38 that he used as self-defense.
For more information, please contact the Peripheral Communication Office (OPC) of the Civil Guard Command of Malaga, at 680426900.

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