Prosecutor asks for up to 10 years in prison for 8 alleged traffickers who grew marijuana in Dénia, Pedreguer and Sagra

06 March 2020 - 16: 16

They judge eight people accused of being part of a band dedicated to the cultivation of marijuana and its subsequent sale to third parties. The Civil Guard investigation began in July 2016 after the neighborhood complaints about the strong smell of marijuana in a house in Pedreguer.

From the surveillance carried out by the group, it was determined that the band used a Dénia home for the planting and first phase of the growth of marijuana plants and that, once they reached the necessary weight and size, they were transferred to others. homes, in Pedreguer and Sagra, which they used as a warehouse and distribution and sale point.

In one of the houses, that of Pedreguer, the defendants had manipulated the electricity meter so that the actual power consumed was greater than what they paid. In the house search conducted in Sagra, the agents intervened a firearm.

The Prosecutor asks for penalties ranging from eight to ten years and nine months in prison for crimes of belonging to a criminal group, against public health, fraud of electricity and illegal possession of weapons.

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