Three arrested for bringing hashish through the Seville airport using a girl to pretend to be a family

Civil Guard agents have arrested three people who were smuggling drugs through the Seville airport, using a minor to pretend to be a family Who was traveling.

The operation began when the agents were investigating a criminal group that had been making constant plane trips for a few months, using, among others, the Seville airport. Thus, at the end of last month, once the agents identified the alleged suspects, a device was established so that once these people – a man, two women and a young minor – passed the airport security filter from Seville, were identified.

As a result, the Civil Guard carried out a superficial check on one of these women, verifying that He was wearing a plastic belt attached to the body with some 3,000 grams of hashish acorns. Likewise, inside the suitcase there was a container with 380 grams of acorns, stating that they had been extracted from the vaginal cavity once they had passed the security filter. About 300 grams of hashish acorns were seized from the other woman, hidden in a shoe.

Subsequently, and given the suspicions, the three adults were subjected to radiological tests in a hospital, resulting in all had ingested foreign substances and that they carried them within their organism.

For this reason, the three elders were admitted and detained in the hospital after suffering from a serious risk to your life due to intestinal obstruction. Each one of them carried some 100 hashish acorns, weighing approximately one kilogram. Each acorn was about four centimeters in size and weighed about 10 grams.

The three detainees had a history of similar crimes. Furthermore, the agents have been able to verify that in the last year they have made about 76 flights to different airports in Europe, appearing to be a family traveling with their daughter. After the arrests, the minor was handed over to a family member of one of the detainees.

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