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Chartres: a young man suspected of delivering heroin on his electric scooter

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On September 21, around 9:30 p.m., on the handlebars of an electric scooter, a man ran a red light, Place Morard, in Chartres, in front of a police patrol in a screen-printed vehicle. The officials activated the siren and their beacon, but the driver of the two-wheeler, according to the investigation report, refused to stop. He abandoned his scooter in a dead end and fled on foot, getting rid of a bag, again according to the investigation. This man, a 22-year-old man from Listing, was finally arrested.

102 g of heroin

The police found the bag. It contained 102 g of heroin, worth around € 900. The apartment of this man, suspected of drug trafficking, was searched. The police discovered 480 € there, in denominations of 10, 20 and 50 €, as well as 16 g of heroin. The suspect, already convicted of driving under narcotics, refusal to comply and use of narcotics, was taken into custody.

On September 22, the further investigation was entrusted to the narcotics squad. During his hearing, the Lisantais would have confided that he had to be paid 100 € to transport the drugs from point A to point B. The police officers identified another man, suspected of being his accomplice. According to the operation of the video surveillance cameras, the suspect would have met this Chartrain before his arrest.

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Fifteen months in prison

This alleged accomplice is a 22-year-old Chartrain. He was arrested at his place of work. During his hearing, he allegedly said he bought a wafer of cannabis resin every month for six months and sold a large part of the drug to finance his personal consumption. On Friday, the two suspects were presented to the Chartres court.

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Tried in court on prior acknowledgment of guilt (CRPC), the Lisantais was sentenced to fifteen months in prison, without a committal warrant.

Le Chartrain is, for its part, summoned in April 2022, also within the framework of an appearance on prior admission of guilt.

Thierry delaunay


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