Minsk: Students use car sharing service to carry drugs

The Minsk police detained two Belarusian students who were stashing drugs on Sharangovich street.

According to Minsk City Directorate of Interior, the duo worked at the online shop selling psychotropics. For about a month, they managed to make about 100 drug stashes in all districts of Minsk.

They pre-packed psychotropic substances at home and then transported them resorting to a car sharing service. In a rental car, the law enforcers found a backpack that contained 180 small bags (80 grams) full of alpha-Pyrrolidinopentiophenone.

Under the laws of Belarus, the youngsters may face even up to 15 years in peison for distribution of narcotics.

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