15 youths, aged 14 to 16, suspected of running drug dealing network

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 6, 2009 11:38

 
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15 youths, aged 14 to 16, have been detained for alleged drug dealing and possession, namely of hashish and the party drug Hagigat, Tel Aviv police revealed Monday. In a search of the suspects' homes, police found large quantities of various drugs. The youths told police that they supplied the drugs to friends in their neighborhoods. Police said the suspects had been under investigation for the past three weeks.

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