At arrest Yesterday, the police officers of the Narcotics Prosecution Department of the Security Sub-Directorate of Rhodes, with the assistance of OPKE police officers, arrested an Albanian delivery man who, in addition to food, also trafficked cocaine in Afantou.

The service prosecutor prosecuted yesterday against him for drug trafficking in the form of possession and storage and referred him to apologize before the regular Investigator of Rhodes.

The accused asked for a deadline for February 20, 2023 and appointed as his defense attorneys Mr. Stelios Alexandris, Polyxeni Hatzigianni and Katia Laudikou.

The police officers of the Narcotics Prosecution of the Security Sub-Directorate of Rhodes were informed that the 41-year-old Albanian citizen, resident of Afandou, a fast food distributor, possesses and trades quantities of cocaine and raw cannabis.

The 41-year-old was arrested under discreet surveillance, from which it emerged that he is dealing in drugs. After a persistent monitoring of him, it was found that he often travels with his motorcycle, to an inaccessible and isolated area, near the Holy Monastery of Panagia Paramythia, where he stays for a few minutes of the hour and then returns to his home.

On February 16, the police officers they saw the accused parking his motorcycle, continuing on foot in a densely vegetated rural area and dumping on the ground two improvised packages wrapped in insulating tape.

As soon as he moved away from the scene, they found that the objects he had placed in the terrain a few seconds ago, it was two improvised packages of cocaine. Specifically, they were two equally weighted improvised packages with cocaine, with a total gross weight of 109.4 grams.