Slovak police arrest alleged heroin and fentanyl dealer

Denisa Baloghová, the Police Corps Presidium spokesperson, told the TASR newswire that an alleged major dealer in fentanyl (a synthetic opiate) and heroin in the Bratislava region, along with an associate, was arrested. The two individuals were identified only as Bujar S. and Jozef V. Bujar S., a native of Macedonia, and Jozef V. have been charged with drug-related crimes as well as unauthorised possession of weapons and illegal trading in weapons as a number of weapons were seized by the police during the arrest.

Denisa Baloghová, the Police Corps Presidium spokesperson, told the TASR newswire that an alleged major dealer in fentanyl (a synthetic opiate) and heroin in the Bratislava region, along with an associate, was arrested. The two individuals were identified only as Bujar S. and Jozef V.

Bujar S., a native of Macedonia, and Jozef V. have been charged with drug-related crimes as well as unauthorised possession of weapons and illegal trading in weapons as a number of weapons were seized by the police during the arrest.

The accused are currently in custody and could face 15-year prison sentences.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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