Ten men were recently arrested in the town of Alfaz de Pi, Spain, for allegedly selling drugs in a “social club”. According to a report from Cope on November 28th, the Spanish authorities arrested the men for conducting drug transactions at a location known as a “social club”. The investigation revealed that this “social club” was exploiting its ambiguous legality to serve as a front for drug sales. The authorities stated that they have revoked its operating license.
The investigation also found that individuals who purchase drugs at the club come from various age groups, including many tourists who are merely visiting the area. These individuals often arrive in different vehicles, and some even take taxis to reach this location.
The police applied to the court for search and seizure of the locations and ultimately confirmed and apprehended ten male individuals involved in drug trafficking. They range in age from 24 to 37 years old and hail from the UK, Spain, France, Morocco, and the Netherlands.
The police succeeded in seizing over 4700 grams of marijuana, approximately 230 grams of marijuana leaves, and 155 hand-rolled cigarettes containing drugs. All apprehended suspects have been handed over to the Fourth Guiding Court in Benidorm for further legal proceedings.