Prison for Nerja Drug Dealing Suspect

Prison for Nerja Drug Dealing Suspect. Image: Wikimedia

A NERJA suspect has been put in prison accused of dealing drugs.

The drug suspect has been put in prison after police arrested him on suspicion of dealing marihuana and hashish in Nerja.
A court in Torrox ordered the 20-year-old man to be put in prison after police allegedly found 872 grams of hashish and 174 grams of marihuana at his home in Nerja.
The suspect has been accused of an alleged crime against public health for distributing narcotic substances from his home.
Police from the Guardia Civil arrested the man after finding a home in Nerja was allegedly being used to see drugs.  After searching the property, police say they found hashish and marihuana as well as other items for selling drugs.
Police from the Guardia Civil were spotted out in force during the drug crackdown in Nerja.
Half a dozen vehicles from the Armed Institute, from various specialised units, and around 20 officers were seen in the street near the bus station arresting the man as the alleged perpetrator of a crime of drug trafficking.
The large police presence caused concern in Nerja after traffic was cut while a home search was being carried out.

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Sally Underwood

Sally Underwood is a former aide to several former cabinet members and now contributes her views on Parliament’s ever-changing shape in her column for the Euro Weekly News.


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