Extraordinary control of the territory of the police in the station area and in the former Vitarelli Glassa area in Porta a Mare in Pisa.
The police surrounded the area to prevent any escapes and pinched a 38-year-old of Tunisian origin, already known for drug dealing, who is tempted escape aboard a mountain bike. Subjected to a search, in its availability two mountain bikes, a Rockrider brand electric and a Wildtail brand mountain bike and an acoustic guitar with case were found and seized, deemed theft proceeds.
Also they have been to him kidnapped a precision scale used for drug packaging and a heat-sealed wrapper containing heroin.
Accompanied to the police station for the photo-signaling ritual and the denunciation, will be expelled and in the next few days he will be embarked on the first charter leaving for Tunis.
The man had already made himself known in the province since 2018, when on the night of January 26 he was arrested with an accomplice for a theft at the Coop in Via Pardi; he had recently been denounced by the police headquarters because he was recognized as the perpetrator of a theft to the detriment of a hotel on 8 September
Another expulsion with accompaniment to a detention center was conducted today (25 September). This is a 26-year-old of Tunisian origin, who had been accompanied by the Pisa municipal police to the immigration office after the arrest for drugs, carried out last Thursday evening with the help of the anti-drug dog used by the municipal. After the validation of the arrest and the clearance for expulsion by the prosecutor, the municipal police accompanied the Tunisian to the police station where he was taken over by the immigration office.
After the signing of the expulsion decree by the commissioner, a panther accompanied him to Bari to finalize his definitive expulsion from the national territory.
In fact, since 1 January of this year, expulsions of irregularities have had a surge, with 79 expelled foreigners of which 43 with an order to leave Italy within 7 days, 33 with accompaniment to the CPR and 3 with direct accompaniment to the air border. .