Milan, two very young Germans arrested for dealing in Central

Monday 13 September 2021 – 13:47

Milan, two very young Germans arrested for dealing in Central

Stop because without green pass they had hash, “weed” and pills

Milan, 13 Sept. (askanews) – Railway police officers arrested two German citizens aged 18 and 19 surprised with over 50 grams of hashish, a few grams of marijuana and 17 pills of psychotropic drugs at the Milan Central Station. This was reported by the police headquarters of the Lombard capital, explaining that the two boys, reported by a train conductor because they did not have the green pass, were stopped by the policemen and accompanied to the office. The drugs were found inside the bag of one of the two young people, as well as a precision slingbar and about a thousand euros, while in the other’s baggage several grams of “smoke” and another 825 euros.

In addition to the seizure of drugs and money deemed to be the proceeds of drug dealing, the two were also sanctioned for not possessing the green pass.

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