A drug trafficker from Toulouse escaped the police for two years. But officials finally caught him on February 22. This man was tried this Friday, February 25, before the Toulouse criminal court.
For almost two years, this thirty-year-old managed to escape the police. But his escape suddenly ended on February 22. This man was tried this Friday, February 25, before the Toulouse criminal court, during an immediate comparison.
The case originated on December 21, 2020. At that time, a parcel deliverer was suspected of theft, in the Saint-Orens-de-Gameville sector. The gendarmes search his home located in Toulouse but the suspect is not present. On the other hand, the soldiers get their hands on small quantities of drugs and a shotgun. And the trafficker’s mother, who lives with him, takes advantage of this face-to-face with the investigators to give herself up. According to him, his son sells cocaine in their apartment and sequesters it for several hours in a room when customers come to collect the goods.
He continues to sell drugs in his apartment
The prosecution entrusts the investigations to the police. A search warrant is issued, but yields nothing for many months. Then, on February 22, a police dog marks in front of the door of this same apartment. This time, officials find 800g of cannabis resin in a bedroom. The fugitive continued to sell narcotics at home while he was wanted by the police! This time, this first-time offender is apprehended and then placed in police custody.
During his trial in immediate comparison, the defendant, assisted by Me Alexandre Parra-Bruguière, tries to explain himself. But the prosecutor is not convinced by his statements. It takes 18 months in prison including 9 firm. His lawyer pleads and releases him. The suspect is finally sentenced to 18 months in prison, including 9 in semi-freedom.