16 individuals aged 20 to 35 were arrested and placed in police custody this Monday morning in Villejuif (Val-de-Marne).
These arrests took place following an investigation into “phenomena of delinquency and nuisance”, explained the parquet floor of Créteil (Val-de-Marne).
However, the investigations revealed a drug resale point at the origin of the offences.
The police were interested, among other things, in cases of dogfights, urban rodeos and even fires.
Dismantled cannabis trafficking was distinguished by its operation and promotion based largely on social networks and online messaging.
A “marketing effort”
The secure Telegram app was notably used by the suspects.
A police source thus evoked the notable “marketing effort” of the traffickers.
They had created a network of subscribed customers.
He was arrested by police officers from the Val-de-Marne Territorial Security.
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