Police officers of the East prefecture of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board carried out drug raids in six towns across East-Viru and West-Viru counties at the beginning of December and caught 12 people, including two minors, selling drugs on the street.
Over three nights at the beginning of December, police officers conducted raids in Narva, Sillamae, Johvi, Kohtla-Jarve, Rakvere and Tapa, spokespeople for the East prefecture said. The drugs confiscated on the streets included cannabis, hashish, cocaine and fentanyl as well as 5,500 euros of criminally obtained m...
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