SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Feb. 27 (EUROPE PRESS) –
The National Police has arrested two men and a woman between 38 and 50 years old, one of them with a record, as alleged perpetrators of a drug trafficking crime after the dismantling of a drug sales point in a bar in the neighborhood of The Trade Winds of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
According to the Canary Islands Police Headquarters, the investigation began after the Citizen Participation group received anonymous information about the possible sale of narcotic substances from a premises.
This group, as with any information of police interest offered by citizens, made it available to agents specialized in the investigation and repression of retail drug trafficking.
For their part, the agents, through the devices established in both areas of the capital of Tenerife, were able to verify that the information was true. Apparently, three people were committing these acts, mainly through the bar that one of them ran.
Meanwhile, once the necessary evidence had been gathered, the police proceeded to arrest the three suspects in the Los Alisios neighborhood and carried out three judicially authorized searches of the establishment, a basement and a private address.
In these records, 45 doses of cocaine ready for immediate sale, 95 blister packs of a drug for erectile dysfunction, 860 euros in cash, a precision scale, a bat, a dagger and a katana were seized.
Finally, the detainees, together with the report prepared for this purpose, were placed at the disposal of the judicial authority, which determined the imprisonment of the main person under investigation.