Five Dutch wiettelers arrested in Spain
The Spanish police has in the region of Alicante five Dutch people held on suspicion of drug trafficking.
In four houses in Altea, Calpe, Benissa and Callosa d’en Sarrìa took the Guardia Civil over six thousand marijuana plants seized, reported local media Monday.
The suspects are four men of 27, 44, 48 and 50 years of age and a woman of 33. They are suspected of membership of a criminal group, threat of the public health, breeding and production of drugs and theft of electricity.
Four cars, several mobile phones as well as a large amount of tools for the cultivation of the plants are seized.
The arrests went on a two-month study in advance.