The police carry out the first “place net” operation in Dordogne in a district of Bergerac

The police carry out the first “place net” operation in Dordogne in a district of Bergerac
The police carry out the first “place net” operation in Dordogne in a district of Bergerac

This is the first time that the police have launched a “clearance” operation in Dordogne. Thursday May 2 at 7 p.m., around thirty police officers, assisted by municipal police officers, dogs and a customs agent took over the Jean Moulin district of Bergerac.

They spent five hours in the neighborhood, until 11 p.m., checking several dozen people. Cellars and stairwells HLM buildings but also the area were searched by the police. The Bergerac prosecutor and the prefect’s chief of staff were on site.

Prevent installation of a deal point

The authorities are refusing for the moment to make any assessment of the operation. But according to our information, the aim of the operation was to prevent the installation of a deal point in the Jean Moulin city.

In March, the government has intensified operations to fight against deal points throughout France, mainly in large cities. In one month, these interventions called “XXL Net Place” gave rise to 3,814 arrests, nearly 600 presentations to a judge and 186 committal warrants throughout the country.

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