Addict leads cops to 'dealer' after being sold 'fake drug'

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October 11, 2011 12:58

A heroin addict who was disappointed with the quality of drug he was sold led police to his alleged dealer, police said on Tuesday.

The addict walked into a Dimona police station in recent days and informed officers that his dealer had sold him a portion of fake heroin made up of grape sugar and paracetamol, adding that "only a small amount had the real drug."

The addict decided to "withhold payment" as a result, police added, resulting in threats of violence by the dealer.


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