A Dutchman and a British man were arrested in Órgiva by the Guardia Civil for allegedly trafficking in drugs.
The Commanding Officer of the Guardia Civil for the province of Granada until 2006 is being investigated in connection with drug trafficking.
The provincial Public Prosecutor for Málaga accused two Guardia Civil policemen stationed in Almuñécar of drug trafficking.
Five policemen are in the process of being tried in Mijas, charged with drug trafficking. These members of the Policia Local intercepted 170 kilos of hashish, but instead of turning the confiscated drugs over, they allegedly loaded them into patrol cars, took them to a private address and set about selling them.
A man, who had already spent 18 months in prison, had his prison sentence revoked because the phone-tap evidence on which lead to his being found guilty was ruled ‘illegal.’
An old refrain has it that the cops have the best dope, which the following news only serves to confirm: the chief anti-drug officer for the Guardia Civil in Malaga has been arrested for drug trafficking.