Eight people were detained for trying to sell Tropicamide, Regapen and Lyrica.
SSS arrested several individuals who attempted to sell potent drugs.
When a Nexia car, driven by a resident of Fergana, was stopped at the “Chinor” traffic police station in Tashkent region, it was found that the car contained 1,196 Tropicamide, 5,544 Regapen and 56 Lyrica drugs.
The operative event was continued. A citizen of Tashkent (born in 1992) was detained while receiving the drugs.
Also, a resident of Namangan region, who delivered drugs imported from Kyrgyzstan to Tashkent, was also detained in Andijan region. 1,002 Tropicamide drugs in his Nexia car were registered in the procedural order.
In Tashkent’s Yangikhayot district, a resident of Namangan (born in 1975) was stopped while he was driving his Lacetti car. In the course of the inspection, 495 Tropicamide drugs were found in the car’s trunk and confiscated in the appropriate manner. The owner of these drugs, a resident of Namangan (born in 1992), was also detained later.
A Cobalt car, driven by a resident of Uchtepa district (born in 1995) was stopped for an inspection. During the search, 1,680 Regapen drugs were seized from the vehicle.
In addition, Nexia-3 car, driven by a resident of Namangan region, was stopped in the territory of Shaykhantakhur district. It was found that there were 198 Tropicamide drugs in the vehicle.
Moreover, 50 Tropicamide and 56 Regapen drugs were seized from the house of a resident of Shaykhantakhur district (born in 1965), who allegedly wanted to buy the above drugs.