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March 20, 2023

Three French nationals remanded for drug trafficking at music festival

Prosecutors of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organised Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) remanded for 24 hours three young French nationals on suspicions of trafficking class A and B drugs after police found they were carrying hashish, cannabis, methadone and a substance that appears to be LSD, as well as money that was likely to have been collected from the sale of drugs.

‘From the evidence listed in the case record, the reasonable suspicion arises that on August 12, during the festival of electronic music in Stancilova – Caras Severin County, defendants Savidan Lucile, Mindeau Fabien Roger and Piton Gwenael Jean Michel sold Class A and B drugs to members of the audience and also carried on their person and inside their car significant amounts of risky and highly-risky drugs, for sale and for their own use,’ reads a DIICOT release issued on Wednesday to Agerpres.

Between August 11 – 12, the Timisoara Brigade for the Combat of Organized Crime – Drug Service and the Caras-Severin peer structure conducted an action to prevent and combat drug trafficking in Caras-Severin County, the Romanian Police General Inspectorate (IGPR) said in a release this Wednesday.

The police caught the three French nationals aged between 29 and 32 red-handed, while trying to sell several doses of what seemed to be LSD.

‘At the check of the car used by the three, police found 70 grams of hashish, 10 grams of cannabis, 34 vials containing liquid methadone hydrochloride and two bottles with a liquid likely to be LSD, enough to prepare almost 200 doses,’ reads the release.

The whole quantity of drugs was seized for further research

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