Sunday, November 20, 2011

At Cité Richelieu police dismantled a network of a new variety of cannabis


For the first time in Mauritius, the sleuths of the anti-drugs squad dismantled a trafficking ring Skunk, a variety of cannabis, little known in Mauritius. The suspect cultivated this drug at his home in Cité Richelieu, with means very professional.
Nice haul for the Flying Squad of the Anti Drug and Smuggling Unit (ADSU). The men of the Inspector and Sergeant Ruhomatally Jauforally have arrested Ludovic Labour, 23, who was in possession of more than thirty plants of Skunk.
Employed as a bouncer at a nightclub famous Flic en Flac this inhabitant of the city grew Richelieu in his room this new variety of cannabis.
For investigators of anti-drug brigade is the first time in Mauritius that the police dismantled the network traffic of such drugs. The suspect improvised a greenhouse aluminum can maintain the temperature, humidity and light for growing plants.
Among the items seized also the home of the suspect: A professional lighting system, the'engrais and materials necessary for the cultivation of cannabis. During the search, police also seized a sum of Rs 17,500 that would come from drug trafficking. Investigators said the suspect had established its network in the workplace and on the Internet.
It will appear in court in Port-Louis on Monday 21 November, under provisional charge of possession and drug trafficking. Meanwhile, he was taken into police custody.
The Skunk was developed in the 1970s in the United States. Today it is most cultivated in Latin America and Asia.Its chemical composition contains high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) with a psychotropic nature.

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