TWO houses used for drug trafficking purposes have been dismantled in Torremolinos. The National Police have carried out searches in two houses located in Torremolinos for drug trafficking and have arrested the person allegedly responsible for his suspected involvement in a crime against public health. The investigated had two homes that he used, one of them as a storage place for the bulk of the narcotics and another where he was taking the drugs that were already prepared, according to the Malaga Provincial Police Station.
As reported by La Opinion de Malaga, the investigators carried out two searches and seized a significant amount of cocaine including 10.5 grams of rock cocaine, two cylinders of cocaine of 204.67 grams, 15.52 grams of a substance to cut the drug. The investigated had two houses, a floor where he would have the papers already prepared and a house where he would keep the bulk of the drug as well as materials for the preparation and weighing of the narcotic. In addition, he was personally in charge of distributing orders, meeting clients at previously agreed points, they added.
During the investigation, different drug arrests were made among alleged buyers, which confirmed the suspicions of the National Police. Once all the evidence was confirmed, the investigators carried out an operation that culminated in the dismantling of two houses used for drug trafficking and the arrest of the alleged perpetrator, a 66-year-old man of Colombian nationality. A high-end vehicle, a motorcycle, €155 in cash, a precision scale, a home automation camera, external memories, a phone and documentation were also seized during the raid.