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Drug sweets were taken from a shift worker at Khabarovsk airport

Drug sweets were taken from a shift worker at Khabarovsk airport
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At the Khabarovsk airport, transport police officers detained a shift worker with 13 grams of hashish oil. The drugs were disguised as candy.

According to the press service of the UT Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Far Eastern Federal District, information on the transportation of prohibited substances was received by the police earlier. During the check, a 43-year-old citizen was identified who was heading to work on a rotational basis in the Ayano-Maisky district on the Khabarovsk-Urgalan flight.

During a personal search, a bag with "sweets" was found on the man. But instead of sweets, checks with hash oil were packed in wrappers. As the man explained, he made the drugs himself for personal use. A criminal case was opened against him under Art. 228. He will remain on his own recognizance and proper behavior during the investigation.

 

 

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