Cocaine, amphetamines, MDMA, psilocybin and ketamine were among the drugs found in a woman’s car in Tel Aviv in October, according to an indictment filed by the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday.
Chanel Cohen, 25, had dozens of packages of various drugs in her car, and was charged with possessing drugs for use other than self-consumption, the Justice Ministry said.
Police found almost 87 grams of the dissociative drug ketamine in four different varieties, more than five grams of MDMA – also known as “ecstasy” – in two different forms, and almost four grams of a mix of ketamine and MDMA that the indictment referred to as “Dosa.”
The drugs listed in the indictment continued with almost two grams of cocaine, 0.2 grams of the stimulant mephedrone, 20 grams of psilocybin hallucinogenic mushrooms and 60 tablets of amphetamines.
The indictment followed the seizure of 15 kilos of cocaine and ketamine worth millions of shekels – allegedly carried in the suitcases of four Israeli women – at Ben-Gurion Airport last Sunday. Police suspect that the women have smuggled drugs from Berlin multiple times.
Also on Tuesday, the Israel Police announced that the state prosecutor intends to file an indictment against seven suspects who allegedly attempted to smuggle 45 liters of the “date-rape” drug GBL from Cyprus.