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Brothers fail to hide meth from police raid

Brothers fail to hide meth from police raid

An illicit family enterprise was the subject of police action on Wednesday in the capital’s Chamkarmon district on Wednesday.

After picking up the younger suspect – aged 20 – on suspicion of drug dealing, police decided to inspect the room in which he was staying with his 31-year-old brother.

Lo and behold, a search of the brothers’ quarters turned up twelve small bags of drugs, resulting in the arrest of the criminally-inclined pair.

Police are now preparing to send the brothers to court.

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