Police bust Malaga crime group

Drugs, cash and guns: confiscated by the police.

Two busts in Malaga have led to the arrest of six people, four men and two women, and the confiscation of large amounts of drugs.


The search of two residences in Malaga capital has produced more than 20 “wraps” of a mix of cocaine and heroin, two pistols, ammunition, €2,000 in cash, four ‘untraceable’ mobile phones, a vehicle and drug preparation paraphernalia.

Those arrested, aged between 23 and 47, were all Spanish and all belonged to an organised crime group.

Investigations started after the police received a tip that two houses in the Velez-Malaga area were selling drugs; after a few days surveillance police identified the two houses and the people who were working in them.

According to police sources the group were very organised and had assigned jobs; one to prepare the drugs, another to sell them, another to ‘filter’ the clients and another to keep a ‘look out’ for the police.

All of the detained stand accused of crimes against public health and illegal possession of firearms. Investigations are ongoing.

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