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236 kg of Marihuana Confiscated in the Amur Region
3.10.2014 14:14
236 kg of Marihuana Confiscated in the Amur Region

Workers of the Russian FDCS confiscated 236 kg of marihuana from a local dweller in the Amur Region on Thursday.

Initially the man stated that he had stored the drug up for his own use. 

      The FDCS experts calculated that the enormous batch of dried weeds would last for 170 years in case of one man’s personal use. 

      The drug owner has been arrested on charges of “preparing narcotic substances for distribution”. The longest possible sentence under the article comes to 20 years in prison.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Marihuana Drug Addiction Amur Region   

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