Belarusians have sent the Russian to prison for 0.01 grams of cocaine
Belarusian Brest announced the verdict, the 34-year-old Russian, who was charged with illegal possession, transportation and transfer of drugs across the state border. On Saturday, January 12, reports Tut.by.
As noted, in 2018, living in Moscow region businessman spend their vacation in one of the countries of the European Union. Back in Russia, he returned to the car — his way lay through the territory of Belarus. However, during the inspection at the checkpoint “Brest” on the Polish-Belarusian border, he had discovered a drug — a little more than one hundredth of a gram of cocaine. The man was detained, against it criminal case.
In court, the Russians admitted their guilt. The man said that he had used the drugs overseas and before entering the territory of Belarus “forgot to throw away” the leftovers.
The man received a sentence of five years of imprisonment in colony of strict regime detention and his car cost more than 39 thousand Belarusian rubles (more than 1.2 million Russian rubles) was confiscated as a means of committing a crime. The sentence has not entered force and can be appealed.
In July, the court of Brest sentenced to a prison term the Russian Maria Christine detained on the Polish-Belarusian border hidden in hand Luggage of marijuana. 26-year-old girl was sentenced to deprivation of liberty for a term of three years, without confiscation of property with serving in a corrective colony under the General regime.