Friday, 25 September 2020

Drug Traffickers Used Church As Front For Marijuana Growing

Drug traffickers used a church front to grow marijuana
Drug traffickers used an evnagelical church in Escazú as a front to grow marijuana

QCOSTARICA – A group of yet to be unidentified drug traffickers used the facade of an evangelical church, in the centre of Escazú, as a hydroponic laboratory to grow marijuana.

According to the Ministerio de Seguridad Publica (MSP), the property had been used as a church for several months, but the new tenants – the drug traffickers – didn’t bother to take the down the sign.

The Drug Control Police (Policía de Control de Drogas -PCD) discovered the illicit drug operation after a strong marijuana ordor was detected Sunday night. The raid netted a haul of 226 marijuana plants. Police also found 69 9mm and 10 .38 caliber rounds and eight kilos of ready to use marijuana.

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No one was found in the premises during the police raid.

Source: nacion.com

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