Panama authorities detain Indigenous in Mulatupo for drug trafficking

Posted on August 28, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Latin America Health, Latin America Indigenous Issues, Panama

Units belonging to Battalion SENAFRONT Caribbean diligence conducted raid in company secretary Ramiro Free of Nargana personality, to a retirement community Mulatupo in Kuna Yala region, resulting in the seizure of 138 balls and three alleged drug marijuana manila paper wrappers kept inside a dried herb, which is presumed to be the aforementioned drugs, making a total of about one pound in each package, as they are also confiscated a jar clear glass inside containing a white powder, is presumed to be the drug known as cocaine, (an estimated half a kilo). Read Article

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