In Bosnia, two men have been arrested for purchasing half a kilogram of amphetamines from the deepweb. The men, a 44-year-old and a 40-year-old, have continually been under police observation for drug trafficking, according to a local source.
The Police Department of Dubrovnik-Neretva opened an investigation into the men based on undisclosed information. However, both men had prior criminal offenses relating to drug trafficking, unofficial sources disclose. The younger of the two men had several unrelated charges. One of which was disturbing the peace. News outlets believed these prior convictions were the driving force behind the investigation.
Law enforcement disclosed that the men used bitcoin to purchase amphetamine from the deepweb. Two separate shipments of the drug were to be delivered in the Cavtat area, police claimed. According to the press release, police believed one man picked up the packages and then delivered the contents to the other man. Police naturally followed the man suspected of making the initial online transaction and picking the packages up.
The 44-year-old, the police report claims, is responsible for the online transaction and package handling. The 40-year-old was the one who received the packages