Four people have been indicted in a case of possession and sale of a large quantity of methamphetamine. The case also charges possession of a firearm and robbery.
Copenhagen Police, Special Investigation East, have today indicted four people aged 21-48 for selling not less than 4.8 kg. methamphetamine and having possessed an additional approximately 1.7 kg. Methamphetamine. In addition, charges have been laid for possession of firearms in a public place and robbery.
The case, dubbed “Operation Uranus,” has been under investigation since August 2019. On 15 December 2019, police made arrests of the four defendants who have been in custody since their arrest. These are three Danish nationals [?] and one Vietnamese national.
In connection with the arrests, police found 1.7 kg. methamphetamine, more than a million Kroner in cash and a loaded gun.
“Methamphetamine or Crystal Meth, as it is also called because the substance resembles crystals, is a substance we relatively rarely see in Denmark. Methamphetamine is a highly dangerous drug, and therefore case law shows that possession of methamphetamine is punishable more severely than possession of amphetamines,” said Prosecutor Jelena Hansen of Special Investigation East.
Source: Danish Police