A total of nine people have been arrested in the framework of an anti-drug operation carried out by the Civil Guard of Arteixo, under the tutelage of the Investigating Court number 3 of La Coruña. Of them, seven were accused of a crime against public health and six have already entered prison. Thus, a drug sales point was dismantled.
In this way, reports the Civil Guard, a drug sales point has been dismantled in the exploitation phase of 'Operation Armento', which began after learning of the transfer of members of the so-called 'Clan de la Mora' ' from the Casas de San José to a building in the Meicende area, belonging to the A Coruña town hall of Arteixo.
During the operation, the members of the investigation area collected information on the alleged sale of narcotic substances by these people. After obtaining the "evidence" of the alleged use of the building as a point of sale, distribution and consumption of this type of substance, the agents requested the entry and search warrant from the Judicial Authority and, after obtaining it, requested the support of the Unit of Citizen Security (Usecic) and the Cinological Service of the La Coruña Command, the Citizen Security patrols of the La Coruña Company, the Protection and Security Service (Seprose) and the Cambre investigation area for its execution.
During the search, carried out on May 9, the Civil Guard arrested six people, four of them belonging to the same "clan", as alleged perpetrators of a continued crime against public health. The other two, consumers, had search warrants, arrest warrants and appearance in court.
During the police operation, the following effects were seized: 164 doses of cocaine and heroin; 220 grams of hashish; three wrappers with marijuana; cutting substances; various drugs; three precision balances; a metal press; 5,760 euros in fractional currency; various pieces of jewelry; 29 mobile phone terminals; two laptops; three tablets; and various white weapons.
The Civil Guard continued with the open operation, which led to locating two other members of the clan in the afternoon of the same day, who were arrested as alleged perpetrators of a continued crime against public health. Finally, the investigations allowed the location of the head of the clan, known as 'la Mora', on May 13. The seven components of the clan, as well as the proceedings carried out, were made available to court number 3 of La Coruña, which ordered the entry into prison of six of them, the Civil Guard reported yesterday.