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Russian anti-narcotics officers have seized and destroyed drugs including a large batch of heroin in Yekaterinburg
Russian anti-narcotics officers have seized and destroyed drugs including a large batch of heroin in the central Urals city of Yekaterinburg, officials said Thursday. "Drug police officers found 18.5 kg of heroin on the balcony of the occupant they were searching Wednesday," the Yekaterinburg department of Russia's anti-narcotics service said. "The apartment was rented by Tajik citizens." The heroin was confiscated and the apartment's occupants arrested. In another Urals region, Kurgan, which borders on Kazakhstan, police destroyed 16.5 kilograms of marijuana, heroin, and hashish, and some 4,000 ampoules of morphine and phentonil. The drugs were being used as evidence against a large criminal group, and were destroyed after a conviction was obtained, police said. In Tomsk Region in Siberia, the federal service reported another drugs seizure, confiscating some 3 kg of marijuana from a married couple accused of selling the drug out of their village house. The couple were arrested while selling 1.6 kg of marijuana. Another 1.3 kilos were found in a shed near the house. They face up to 20 years in jail for selling drugs in large quantities.
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