Uberlândia, Brazil: Suspects Detained for Selling Synthetic Drugs at Nightclubs

Posted on August 15, 2013 • Filed under: Brazil, Crime, Drug Activity, Police/Military Activity

Globo reported on August 13, 2013 that the civil police of Uberlândia confiscated about 260 stamps of LSD (which is believed to have come from India), cocaine, marijuana, loló (numbing fluid mixed with chloroform) and other materials used for drug trafficking. Among the three suspects detained, one suspect was discovered with 50 tablets of ecstasy. The investigation, which lasted for five months, was aimed to combat the trafficking of synthetic drugs. According to police, the traffickers worked at nightclubs and electronic music festivals to sell synthetic drugs to members of the middle class. Police report arresting nine suspects earlier in the week for selling synthetic drugs. Read Article

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