Police on Monday, June 10, dismantled a dangerous national drug trafficking network in the town of Ouaguenoun in Kabylie. Six individuals belonging to this network were arrested. A seventh person involved in this network is on the run, according to police communication officials who invited the press to Ouaguenoun for the occasion.
According to the same source, ten kilograms of kif treaty were seized on the members of this gang that raged throughout the national territory. The police also recovered four vehicles including a heavy weight as well as nine mobile phones. The security of daïra also seized administrative documents and the sum of 40,000 dinars as part of this operation.
According to Commissioner Hakim Lazem, who presented the operation to the journalists present, the individuals in question are between 30 and 40 years old and reside in Algiers, but come from different wilayas of the country, including Tizi-Ouzou and Tlemcen (Maghnia, more precisely).
According to the mission of each one, they took care of the acquisition of the drug and its transport towards different regions, in particular Ouaguenoun in Kabylie. They must be presented to the public prosecutor of Tigzirt for the creation of a criminal conspiracy, whose objective is the acquisition and transportation of narcotics.
According to article 17 of the Algerian Penal Code: "is punishable by imprisonment from ten years to twenty years and a fine of 5,000,000 dinars to 50,000,000 dinars, any person who illegally produces, manufactures, holds offers, offers for sale, sells, acquires, buys for sale, stores, extracts, prepares, distributes, delivers for any purpose whatsoever, brokers, dispatches, transits or transports narcotics or psychotropic substances ".
Note that the safety of daïra Ouaguenoun is not his first shot. Its elements have already dismantled networks of drug trafficking. Last February, the same structure managed to dismantle another network specializing in the circulation of banknotes, occasionally recovering the sum of more than one million dinars in counterfeit notes.
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