Augsburg (dpa / lby) - After the drug death of two young people in Swabia, the alleged dealer will have to answer before the regional court in Augsburg from this Wednesday.
According to the indictment, the 34-year-old is said to have traded in marijuana, cocaine and amphetamines from spring 2019.
He is said to have also sold the latter to a 16-year-old from Norderdorf (Augsburg district).
The teenager took the drugs with a 15-year-old friend, and both of them died from it.
According to the investigators, the amphetamine had a very high content of active ingredients.
The older boy's parents discovered the bodies in their apartment in mid-June 2020.
A few days later, the police arrested the German accused on suspicion of drug trafficking.
He is said to have sold drugs to the 16-year-old four times.
The accused, who is in custody, faces a long prison sentence.
Four days of trial are planned for the trial, and the verdict could be announced at the end of next week.
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Police report from June