On November 3, two men were arrested in Romania for drug trafficking and international drug trafficking by Romania’s Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT). These two men ordering 50 grams of Amphetamine from Netherland on the internet and it is been believed by DIICOT Investigators. Netherland has became a part of International Darknet Investigation group that includes law enforcement from US, Australia and Canada.
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The arrest was made on November 7. This announcement was made on the official press release site. DIICOT Investigators are believed that these two men ordering 50 grams of Amphetamine in late september. The suspect was made earlier by an investigator and captured them when they found ordering these amphetamine from a provider abroad.
Serban Marius and Rachiteanu Eusebius-Gabriel ordered high-risky drugs in Romania. Romania’s DIICOT Investigator came to know these illegal drugs ordering abroad and arrested them for the suspect.
These two suspects contacted with an amphetamine vendor in Romaina from Netherland for the purchase of 50 grams of amphetamine drugs. The transaction was done with the Bitcoin payment method.
Investigators trapped these suspects after the product shipment is reached to their original address. Actually, the package is sent through Romaina’s postal system in early November with the stamps issued from Netherlands. The package is not mentioned with sender name but with their original recipient address. DIICOT Investigators wait until the package reached the recipient address.
Once the package reached, a suspect named ‘Marius’ has got the package from the postal service. And he got arrested on the spot by the Investigators. While investigating him, they discovered the content of package 51.75 grams of Amphetamine drugs. Later on, DIICOT searches on the suspect’s home in Bacau and Cluj Napoca. Finally, they found 57 grams of Cannabis from the suspects home.
This arrest was made by Bacau Court based on inherent risks with drug trafficking and international drug trafficking.