Spain nabs 5 Dominicans in major drug bust


Spain.- Within the framework of “Operation Toro” the National Police of Spain arrested five people of Dominican origin in the towns of Torrejón del Rey and Galapagos, members of a criminal organization dedicated to the cultivation and manufacture of narcotic substances, for their subsequent distribution wholesale, three of them having a police record for the same reasons. In a press release, the Police reported that the investigation began last July, when the head of the organization was detected just as he was about to meet with another person under investigation for events of the same nature, with whom he would be negotiating the possible purchase and sale of a consignment of narcotic substances, being as a result of this moment, when the two homes used as an ‘indoor’ plantation were […]

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