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They carried 32 panelas of drugs on a stretcher

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A total of 32 panelas of marijuana that they were carrying on a portable massage table were seized by agents of the Bolivarian National Guard, according to military reports. This procedure was carried out at the citizen service point located in El Naipe, Libertador municipality, Carabobo state.

At that checkpoint, the military agents checked a Chevrolet Optra, license plate AB653FM, coming from San Cristóbal, which was headed to Caracas. During the search, the officials observed the 32 panelas arranged on a portable stretcher. The shipment added a total weight of 32 kilos 115 grams.

When the drug was detected, the military proceeded to arrest the driver of the vehicle, identified as Lino de Jesús Pérez Márquez, from whom they seized thirteen telephone sets, according to a report from GNB Detachment 411.

In another military procedure, agents from the Regional Anti-drug Intelligence Unit (Uria) 34, went to the Israel Ranuarez Balza hospital, located in San Juan de los Morros (Guárico), to file a report on Héctor José Rodríguez.

This person was admitted to that public health center where they underwent surgery to extract 19 cocaine cocaine cods weighing 250 grams.

Once the operation was completed, the man was handed over to the Prosecutor’s Office to be prosecuted for illicit drug trafficking.

And in the central hospital of San Cristóbal (Táchira), Deulys Alejandro Villarroel Moya and Enyerlin Hiraly Aliendres Rojas expelled the amount of 160 cocaine finger cots that totaled 2 kilos 200 grams, according to the military report.

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