Albanian family arrested in Italy, the role of mother and girl in cocaine trafficking

Albanian family arrested in Italy, the role of mother and girl in cocaine trafficking

  An Albanian family has been arrested in Italy after being accused of selling cocaine.

Italian media reported that the Albanian family was under investigation by the Investigative Police unit of Arezzo last winter, which traced two Albanian girls, who worked as waitresses, but were in fact cocaine distributors.

They were the point of reference for drug users in Gragnone and Arezzo. According to police, the girls, whose names are not made public, are 48 and 25 years old, already in jail since the arrest on October 20th.

With their arrest they introduced in the game the family women (the mother and daughter of one of the arrested), aged 42 and 25, who were apparently involved in the family business.

The police have documented evidence that one of the women had an episode of violence with another person, threatening him to bring the amount of 10,000 euros in exchange for the vehicle she held as bailment, justifying that he needed the legal expenses of the spouse in prison.

While another threat is addressed to another Albanian family, this time for about 2 thousand euros.

Both witnesses came alongside with charges against Albanians.

Investigators have already charged Albanian women with allegations of "robbery" and "drug disputes" after the verifications that the women became actively involved in selling the substance in the absence of family men.

Both women were transferred to the Solliciano Prison in Florence, awaiting interrogation by Italian justice authorities..
Albanian family arrested in Italy, the role of mother and girl in cocaine trafficking Albanian family arrested in Italy, the role of mother and girl in cocaine trafficking Friday, October 27, 2017 Rating: 5
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