Police nab 12 people suspected of operating major TA narcotics ring

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September 1, 2009 15:44

 
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Tel Aviv narcotics detectives on Tuesday arrested 12 suspects, eleven men and a woman, on suspicion of operating a major drug ring in central Israel which dealt in cocaine, ecstasy and hashish. The arrests came as part of an ongoing campaign against drug dealers by the Central Unit of Tel Aviv Police. A raid of the suspects' home uncovered 400 grams of hashish, 28 ecstasy pills and tens of thousands of shekels worth of cash in local and foreign currency.

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