Retrieval of information between services and discreet surveillance enabled the national police to dismantle a cannabis deal point run by two young Annecy residents in the Boulevard Jacques-Replat sector, in Annecy.
The minor and the young adult engaged in the sale of narcotics had clearly been identified during the surveillance of the sector set up on the basis of reliable information transmitted by the operational intelligence unit on narcotics (Cross 74).
Objective of the Cross 74: not to lose any information
Created in September 2020, Cross 74 brings together several permanent partners (judicial police, public security and gendarmerie) who collect all feedback related to drug trafficking from residents, social landlords, schools, among other sources.
The objective of the unit is to not lose any information, to classify it, collect it and transmit it to the police services in charge of validating an investigation. Proximity information and initial terrain of procedures. The neutralization of the deal point on Boulevard Jacques Replat is an illustration of this.
The net was launched on Monday January 10, in the middle of the afternoon. Arrested in possession of cannabis resin and placed in police custody, the duo initially denied the facts, before admitting their involvement in the traffic. The minor will soon be summoned to court. The young adult was placed in pre-trial detention in the Aiton remand center, in Savoie, pending his judgment postponed until Thursday, January 27.