By Euro Weekly News Media • 09 June 2011 • 8:11
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A 17-YEAR-OLD boy was arrested in Rincon de la Victoria for allegedly selling hashish at the entrance to a local high school. Local Police, who were watching the school as part of an operation to prevent drugs sales at schools, saw a suspicious encounter between two pupils where a girl gave a boy a €10 note in exchange for a small bag.
The police identified the girl and found that what she had bought was a small amount of hashish. They then intercepted the seller, who studies at the same high school and found he had 10 more doses hidden in a glasses case in his pocket.
He was taken to the Local Police station and then handed over to the minors’ prosecutor.
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