a deal point dismantled near Grenoble, five suspects including a minor arrested

a deal point dismantled near Grenoble, five suspects including a minor arrested
a deal point dismantled near Grenoble, five suspects including a minor arrested

A point of deal involving five people including a minor was dismantled in Domène (Isère), announced the Grenoble prosecutor’s office on Wednesday June 19. The investigation led to the seizure of cannabis, cash and electric scooters used to deliver the drug to consumers.

A long investigation ends. The Grenoble public prosecutor, Éric Vaillant, announced on Wednesday June 19, the dismantling of a deal point in the Chenevières district, in Domène, a small town located about ten kilometers from Grenoble, in Isère.

The operation intended “to put an end to this traffic” allowed the arrest of five people, said the prosecution. Of the “cannabis resin bags”of “cash money” and “electric scooters” were also seized.

The gendarmes of the Domène brigade community were alerted, at the beginning of 2024, of “the installation of a deal point” in the Chenevières district. The presence of several young people engaged in the sale of drugs was reported.specifies Éric Vaillant. A judicial investigation has “immediately” been opened under the direction of the Grenoble public prosecutor’s office and the presence of reinforced gendarmes “on the area”.

The gendarmes seized “bags of cannabis resin ready for sale, cash and electric scooters,” said the prosecution.

© Grenoble Public Prosecutor’s Office

The investigations carried out allowed “to direct suspicion on five young people, four aged around twenty and a minor” et “to establish their involvement in a system of selling cannabis resin in Domène”continues the prosecutor.

“For more discretion”the suspects had “moved their action to several points in the municipality”and set “meet to deliver to their customers using electric scooters”.

Presented before the duty magistrate of the public prosecutor’s office, the arrested minor was placed under judicial supervision and will be judged in early September 2024.

Three of the adults referred this Thursday, June 20, will be judged on October 2. Placed under judicial supervision, they are prohibited from appearing in Domène, Le Versoud and Gières. Any contact between them is prohibited.

The fourth adult was referred as part of an appearance on prior admission of guilt (CRPC, also called “plead guilty”, Editor’s note) and accepted a sentence of eight months in prison, suspended on probation for two years. He was also banned from staying in Domène and Le Versoud for two years.



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