41 suspected drug dealers arrested in south Tel Aviv

41 suspected drug dealer

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 18, 2009 08:36

 
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Forty-one suspected drug dealers were arrested Sunday morning in south Tel Aviv. During the months-long operation, police used an undercover agent who bought hundreds of grams of heroin, ecstasy pills and 13 kilograms of hashish. Police were still searching for other suspects.

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