Three men of legal age were sentenced to between three and four and a half years in prison for organizing clandestine parties in full quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic, where they sold drugs to minors. The “after” were in the Maldonado neighborhood of the Cordovan capital.

The news was confirmed by the Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPF), which reported that the 4th nomination Crime Chamber of the city of Córdoba issued the sentences for the criminals who were apprehended by the Anti-Drug Trafficking Police Force in December 2020, when They dismantled two drug sales points, one of which functioned as a meeting place.

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The subjects, two brothers and a nephew, were sentenced to the following penalties:

JOEL NAHUEL LUSI: Co-author of facilitating a place to commit acts in violation of the National Narcotics Law 23,737 aggravated for being to the detriment of minors and violation of the sanitary measures arranged to prevent the spread of an epidemic: Four years and six months.

CLAUDIO DANIEL REARTES: Co-author of facilitating a place to commit acts in violation of the National Narcotics Law 23,737 aggravated for being to the detriment of minors and violation of the sanitary measures arranged to prevent the spread of an epidemic: four years and six months.

DANIEL MARCELO REARTES: Narcotics marketing: three years and three months.

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