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7 and a half years in prison for a woman who transported cocaine in the South Corridor

7 and a half years in prison for a woman who transported cocaine in the South Corridor

The woman was transporting several packages of cocaine and was intercepted in the Marine Section of the South Corridor.
A woman who was transporting drugs , and who was intercepted at dawn on Thursday, May 13, in the Corredor Sur by some suspects who took several packages, was sentenced to 90 months in prison (7 years and 6 months).

This Saturday the hearing was held in which the arrest was legalized and charges were brought against the woman, a Colombian national, who accepted a penalty agreement.

At dawn on Thursday, when she was traveling in a vehicle through the Marine Section of the South Corridor, some subjects intercepted her and fired at the car, losing control and ending up crashed into a sweater, after which the attackers took some suitcases.

Initially it was reported that she had been the target of an assault, however it was later reported that it was a drug crash.

National Police and Public Ministry personnel arrived at the scene, finding rectangular packages of cocaine in the vehicle.
Comments

Oh ya 36 days ago
Fast and swift justice. Just how it should be, but when drugs are involved it should be a shot in the back of the head not jail time

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