Police findings in apartment: 1.3 kilos of cannabis and 960 Tramadol tablets
The drug deal took place in the spring of 2019 in Kristianstad. A man stood waiting by a stairwell paced nervously back and forth. Another man came down from an apartment. It was a quick meeting. Four grams of hash for 300 crowns changed hands.
The undercover police intervened. The buyer was checked, as was the man in the apartment - a 24-year-old. He was arrested and questioned.
In the apartment, police found 1.3 kilos of cannabis. The 24-year-old admits during questioning that he was going to sell it, that he has been selling hash since August-September last year.
The 24-year-old also sold Tramadol, he said. There were 960 tablets in the apartment. A strip of tablets cost between 100-150 crowns for the buyer. The cocaine, about 3 grams, he had bought and sometimes he would take it himself.
The drugs were in bags in various places: in the closet, in kitchen cabinets, on the coffee table. The cash was divided into four places in a wardrobe. One bundle of cash, two wallets and some in a Forex bag. Several mobile phones were found during the search. A sales phone rang the entire time the police were there.
The 24-year-old is being charged with drug offences. The prosecutor's evidence includes, among other things, the 24-year-old's DNA traces and fingerprints on bags, as well as SMS conversations that the drugs would be sold.