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And the Famagusta Crime Award goes to Drugs

And the Famagusta Crime Award goes to Drugs

28 illegal drugs related crimes lead the way amongst 64 crimes awaiting trial at the Famagusta Serious Crime court this year.

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28 illegal drugs related crimes lead the way amongst 64 crimes awaiting trial at the Famagusta Serious Crime court this year.

At the opening the new Judicial year the summary of the crimes cases awaiting trial by the Famagusta Serious Crime Court shows that the illegal drug related crimes were leading by far compared to other cases pending.

According to a report in Kibris Postasi, the district Attorney announced the breakdown of the 64 cases were 28 of them were drug related.

The court in this new term is going to hear 1 murder case, alongside 7 Grievous Bodily Harm cases.

The report also said that there were 2 sexual crimes that were pending trial in Famagusta Serious Crime Court.

There are also 2 cases related to theft by personnel and civil servant, 2 cases of human trafficking, 2 cases of traffic accidents causing death, 3 posession of illegal artifacts, 3 arson, 6 burglary, 4 possession of illegal explosives or firearms and 3 forgery cases were pending to be tried this year.

Where the drug related crimes were leading the way in crime diversity in Famagusta, is was also reported that 73 individuals were awaiting trial in custody.

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