Four people arrested for Drug Trafficking in Tripoli

Libya’s SSA arrests Gang with active warrant

A hallucinogenic pill-dealing gang in Tripoli has been captured by the Stability Support Apparatus (SSA).

The gang of four residents of Tripoli was seized in possession of 66 Subutex tablets for an estimated price of over 52 thousand Libyan dinars.

Although Subutex is indicated for the treatment of opioid dependence it still poses risks of hazardous and harmful use which can lead to overdose and death if used outside of medical supervision.

The necessary legal measures have been taken and the suspects have been sent back to the prosecution for decision.

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