Peru: Detained Serbians connected to drug trafficking organization

Posted on September 1, 2014 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Europe, Organized Crime, Police/Military Activity reported this newspaper revealed last Sunday that 95% of the narcovuelos coming out of the country are directed to Bolivia, where, in addition, two Peruvian families would be on road to become the drug cartels. The police does not rule out that Radojicic and Uros have connection with the case of the Serbian Frederik Goran Stavric, murdered on July 6 at a local McDonald’s, in Miraflores. The homicides Division concluded that Stavric joined the Peru illegally across the border with Ecuador and integrated a network together with other six Serbian drug traffickers. They killed him because he appropriated US$ 200,000 from the organization. Two days after the crime, everyone fled the Peru. Stavric used false documents to obtain a DNI with the identity of Nicola Bonavia Wong. When missing just a few minutes so that it could address a plane to Holland, to his country, the Serbian Nikola Radojicic (27), a former basketball player who participated in European leagues, confessed to the police that he wore in the stomach dróg capsulesto. Radojicic confession – the last Saturday near the 8:15 p.m. – was not the result of repentance. Due to the amount of capsules that had ingested, abroad felt strong stomach pains and was desperate. Until the end of this note, Radojicic had evacuated 23 capsules containing, each 10 grams of cocaine. Next to Radojicic was also arrested his friend and countryman Dokic Uros (21), that he had eaten nine capsules, said Juan Mendoza, head of the Special Prosecutor in drug trafficking. Read Article

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