Then, the driver and passenger tried to flee on foot. The police found both quickly. The passenger in the car police found drugs, the driver was obviously under the influence of drugs and is not in possession of a driving licence.
The uniformed officers drove up in a civilian car on the North road in the city of einwärtige direction as you with the black Smart noticed. This was high-speed on-the-go, turned multiple transport hazardous and miss a stop, stayed with shield. As the Patrol wanted to then run on the Commodore-Johnson-Boulevard, a control, fled the driver and the passenger on foot. With the support of the forces was immediately looking for the Fugitive. Construction workers came to the police to help, and intelligence forces were short of hand crane available, a better Overview of the otherwise hard-to-visible terrain grew wild, and to get a variety of overseas containers. Nimble the tower crane 20 meters in height climbed and a suspect in the premises identified. Police officers with dogs surrounded the area and were able to volatile Smart-driver in one of the shipping containers, hiding places back a stack of Styrofoam. Here, he was bitten by a police dog slightly in the leg. The 25-Year-old admitted to possessing a driving licence and to have smoked marijuana. He was then carried out with a arranged in the blood collection.
His 23-year-old passenger was also taken quickly and at a police station will be demonstrated. In his left sock that he had hidden two vials of cocaine. Further, he led several mobile phones at. In the Smart police officers found the poison in a plastic bag with additional noise. Both the drugs and phones, as well as the car were seized as evidence. The investigations of the judicial police to take. It was in addition to the transport also a display because of suspicion of drug trafficking offences, among other things, manufactured.
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Updated Date: 18 June 2020, 13:27