A family clan accepts 9 years in prison for drug trafficking

It was practically a family business controlled by the matriarch of the clan, Rosa María J.

A family clan accepts 9 years in prison for drug trafficking

It was practically a family business controlled by the matriarch of the clan, Rosa María J. M. Now, the penalties for these drug traffickers amount to 9 years in prison for two drug trafficking crimes, according to the agreement of conformity and sentence issued by the Court Province of Pontevedra.

Rosa María J. M. began to be investigated in 2016 for selling heroin and cocaine in her own home, in the Vigo neighborhood of A Doblada. She did not do it alone: ​​another of the defendants, Martín C. G., collected the drug at her home and distributed it among the clan's clients. In addition, he also accompanied the matriarch on her appointments with heroin and cocaine suppliers, acting as a drug taster, collects Ep.

In August of that year, Rosa María was arrested: they intercepted her, along with her partner, with almost 100 grams of cocaine. After this, far from abandoning the business, she changed the way she acted and took hold of her son. He, as if it were a home delivery man, distributed the narcotic substances moving at dawn on a motorcycle.

The woman had debt problems with suppliers, who stopped trusting her. Investigators realized this after her first arrest, in 2016, when her phone was tapped. They verified that the lack of trust of the traffickers who provided her merchandise had pushed her to change drugs: she switched to hashish.

The objective was to introduce him to the A Lama prison, where his nephew was serving a sentence. He received the bottles with hashish during the visits and then sold them to the rest of the inmates. In the same way, with the help of family members, he sold drugs to a woman who, in turn, delivered it to her husband, an intern at A Lama, taking advantage of the 'vis a vis'.

The accused have acknowledged the facts and have accepted: Rosa María J.M., Martín C.G. and Enrique P.J (son of the first), the sentence of 2 years in prison and a fine of 6,130 euros for a crime of drug trafficking in the form of drugs that cause serious damage to health.

The rest of the defendants, Lorena B.R., Enrique P.R, Felipe D.J., and Félix J.G., have accepted 9 months in prison and fines of 160 euros, except for the woman, who has been fined 200 euros. The court has applied the mitigating circumstance of undue delay to the seven defendants and, in the case of the matriarch of the group, the aggravating circumstance of recidivism.

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