In Bilasuvar, a large quantity of drugs was detected in a car branded "VAZ."
The EPA's Southern Bureau reports that Amid Bayramov, a resident of Ghana who organized the illicit drug cycle, has been detained as a result of a further operation carried out by colleagues from the Bilasuvar Regional Police Department in the area. During a review of the VAZ-branded car he was sitting as a passenger, Amid Bayramova discovered 18 pounds of heroin, more than 4 pounds of methamphetamine, about 9 pounds of tires and 5 psychotropic methadone pills. The investigation determined that A. Bayramov's identity organized the sale of drugs through an Iranian citizen investigated by the investigation. The court ruled that he had been sentenced to life imprisonment.
In another operation carried out by his colleagues, the capital's inhabitants, Mohamed Quliyev and Subhan Rzayev, were detained in the Bilasuvar region. A search has uncovered methamphetamine, a psychotropic substance that weighs more than three pounds of them.
Another operation uncovered heroin, methadone pills, and chicken branches from the courtyard of his home.
In all, 20 people involved in illicit drug circulation have been detained as a result of operations carried out by colleagues from the Bilasuvar Regional Police Department over the past 43 days, with more than 25 kilograms of drugs and psychotropic substances taken from those individuals.
An investigation into the facts is under way.