Police Intercept DNM Package and Force Suspected Drug Trafficker to Open It

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Earlier this year, Croatian police arrested a 22-year-old for buying amphetamine from the darknet and redistributing it in the real world. Investigators discovered purchases from June through September, ranging from 25 grams to 75 grams per package.

The suspect uneventfully sat in police custody, awaiting trial, until October 4. Narcotics Inspectors intercepted a package addressed to the man believed to contain illicit substances. The package was seized and brought before the recipient who was forced to open it, revealing 39.9 grams of amphetamine.

Case investigators were able to link several darknet purchases to the suspect. Between late June and mid-September the man ordered packages containing 25 grams of amphetamine and 50 grams of amphetamine. Police suspected two more amphetamine purchases of 25 grams but were unable to make a definitive connection to the darknet. However, the unexpected package interception connected the man to another buy and completed the case.



The 22-year-old from Sibenik was arrested with 5.2 grams of marijuana on his person and another half-gram on one of his peers. The County Court issued a search warrant for the suspect’s apartment where investigators found 6 grams of marijuana and almost

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