TA: Two arrested after drugs found in storage room

June 13, 2006 19:59


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Two men in their twenties were arrested on Tuesday by Yiftah Subdistrict Police after they were caught leaving a storage room on Yaakov Yosef Katz Street in Jaffa in which illegal narcotics were discovered, police said. In searches conducted in the storage room, police, assisted by specially-trained canine units, discovered 452.2 grams of hashish, 57 cocaine servings weighing 32.1 grams, five heroin servings weighing 5.5 grams and 42 Ecstasy pills. The two suspected will be brought before a judge for a remand hearing on Wednesday morning.

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