Cusco police seize sacks of sugar, flour and corn valued at 300 thousand soles

Cusco police seize sacks of sugar, flour and corn valued at 300 thousand soles

Agents of the Cusco Fiscal Police, in joint work with Customs personnel and the Second Provincial Criminal Corporative Prosecutor’s Office of Calca, carried out a police operation aimed at controlling merchandise of foreign origin, achieving the intervention of two heavy vehicles where a large amount of grain was seized. corn, soy flour and sugar.

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The first action occurred on the San Salvador – Pisaq highway, where the X4E-933 rolling plate vehicle intervened, driven by Julio Condori (31), who was transporting 14 tons of corn and two and a half tons of sugar with the Pomalca brand reference.

At the time of the intervention, the driver presented an almost illegible simple photostatic copy of the transfer document, which is not related to the DUA described in the sender’s reference guide; also, the documentation presented by the carrier when verified in the Customs system, it reports as non-existent; reason for which the driver was arrested, the merchandise and the means of transport used were seized.

Subsequently on the road to San Salvador – Pisaq, jurisdiction of the Huambutio Population Center, The agents intervened the Z2M-824 plate vehicle driven by Carlos Lopez (41), which was transporting 22 tons of corn and two tons of soybean flour with reference Harina de Soya – Santa Cruz – Bolivia.

The driver at the time of the intervention presented an almost illegible simple photostatic copy and a sender reference guide; In addition, the documentation presented by the carrier when verified in the Customs system reports as non-existent, which is why the Police proceeded with the arrest of the driver, seizure of the merchandise and the means of transport used.

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