Two Sevastopol residents detained at Crimean border

Sevastopol locals were arrested for importing drugs to Crimea
16:59, 30 October 2019

Administrative border with Crimea

Russian FSB reported about the detention of two residents of Sevastopol at the administrative border between Kherson region and mainland Ukraine. This was reported by Crimea.Realities agency.

Two people were detained at Armyansk and Dzhankoy checkpoints.

Sevastopol locals detained for brining to Crimea pharmaceutical drugs. In addition, Russian law enforcers held searches at the place of residence of one of the detained.

 “In total, during the investigative measures, the law enforcers seized around 500 dosages of pharmaceutical drug – buprenorphine,” the FSB said.

Investigators opened criminal cases against both detainees for “drug smuggling”.

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The names of the detainees were not disclosed.

As it was reported earlier, Ukrainian Oleh Prykhodko was detained in Crimea.

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