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Canada Toulon: crackdown in the middle of organized crime

23:25  26 november  2020
23:25  26 november  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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Nineteen people, including a minor, were arrested. Several of them have been indicted for drug trafficking, murder and attempted murder or criminal association.

  Toulon : coup de filet dans le milieu de la criminalité organisée © Provided by Franceinfo

The judicial police have carried out in recent days a vast crackdown targeting the organized crime community in the Toulon metropolis, reports Thursday, November 26 France Bleu Provence . The 19 arrests aim to put an end to the murderous fight between two cities of Toulon for the control of the narcotics market.

The arrests took place in the Toulon district of Sainte-Musse and in La Seyne-sur-Mer in particular. Nineteen people, including a minor, were arrested between last week and the start of this week. Ten of them were placed in pre-trial detention after being indicted, in particular for drug trafficking, murder and attempted murder or criminal association.

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"A serious conflict between two rival camps"

Some are suspected of two assassinations and an assassination attempt perpetrated between March and June in the Toulon metropolis. "It is a serious conflict between two rival clans. Drug trafficking is dangerous, and it kills" summarizes a source close to the matter at France Bleu.

Many weapons and their ammunition were discovered during the searches: submachine guns, automatic pistols, Kalashnikovs, long weapons and shotguns, as well as bulletproof vests. Nearly 15,000 euros in cash were also seized, but also cannabis resin, weed and cocaine.

At the end of an investigation carried out by the PJ branch in Toulon with the support of the interregional directorate of the Marseille judicial police and the BRI, a major device mobilizing more than 120 police officers was deployed for the coup de net. It is quite rare that so much human resources are mobilized in this type of case on the police side.

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