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Journal of Addiction Research

Six drug traffickers held from Sharjah and Ajman

The Sharjah Police have busted a gang of drug traffickers with the arrest of six persons and foiled their alleged attempt to sell 200,000 tramadol pills. 
The suspects were arrested on Saturday in cooperation with the Ajman Police when one of them, who was not carrying any identification papers, was arrested in Sharjah with 50 tramadol tablets. He was held while trying to sell the pills to youngsters, the police said.

by Afkar Abdullah 

On questioning, he confessed that he got the pills from one of his friends who resided in Ajman. He led the police to the whereabouts of the person who had given him the tablets and had asked him to sell them to youth.
In cooperation with the Ajman Police and after completing all legal procedures, the house of the second suspect was raided.
On seeing the cops, the suspect tried to escape by jumping from the window of his first-floor flat but the police caught him.
“On searching the house, 48,000 tramadol tablets were found. Another suspect was also found hiding in the flat and was arrested,” an officer said. They confessed that they worked under a gang leader who ordered them to promote the restricted tablets.
“It was very clear this was a well-organized network and subsequent investigation led to the arrest of a gang member who was also trying to sell the tablets to young boys. 
The arrested suspects led the police to a person who was arrested along with another accomplice from Comoros.
Both of them had stored 120,000 tramadol pills hidden in a rented apartment.
The suspects confessed that they had smuggled the seized quantity of tramadol and were selling it at a high price to youth with the aim of earning profit.
They are currently detained and will be referred to the Public Prosecution.

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