21 arrests, another shop square cleared

A blitz of the gods has been in progress since dawn Carabinieri of the Provincial Command of Rome who are carrying out a precautionary custody order, issued by the Gip of the Court of Rome, at the request of the local DDA, which orders the arrest of 21 people, including two women, and the subjecting to the obligation of presentation to the pg of another 14 people, including two women. They are all accused of association aimed at the sale of cocaine in the neighborhood of Tor Bella Monaca.

Drugs, there is also a Sabine among the 51 arrested in the dismantled drug store in Tor Bella Monaca

The umpteenth investigation aimed at countering the squares of shop in the Tor Bella Monaca district, this time that of via Camassei, carried out by the Carabinieri of the Operational Unit of the Compagnia di Frascati, shed light on a real criminal organization, headed by a single local family, hierarchically structured.

During the investigations it was ascertained their efficiency in maintaining its operation unchanged despite the repeated arrests and seizures of drugs carried out in flagrantee. The leaders of the organization have punctually adopted targeted measures aimed at making the association impermeable to investigative activities, using fictitious telephone numbers replaced at each arrest. Furthermore, in order to guarantee the loyalty of the members, the leaders of the association provided economic contributions for the legal defense and sustenance to the prisoner and family members, effectively creating a “social safety net”.

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The profits deriving from the shop, according to what was reconstructed by the Carabinieri, were around 220 thousand euros per week, with peaks at the weekend.

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