The Hungarian Police’s Győr Department of the International Crime Division of the National Investigation Bureau of the Emergency Police (KR NNI) have detained and is currently prosecuting Gábor T. for well-founded suspicion of drug trafficking.
The suspect Gábor T. is a 41-year-old man who, according to the sources of the authorities, have been involved in drug trafficking since 2019. It is also said by Police.hu, that the 41-year-old man has been cooking the drug he was selling at his home. When the police arrived at his place of residence, he was trying to hide the evidence that he was cooking his own speed.
Police have found that Gábor T. have been sourcing the raw materials needed to produce speed from Western Europe. He purchased the amphetamine oil needed to be able to produce speed from foreign countries and has performed the cooking himself.
He used the amphetamine oil and enriched it with caffeine and other chemical ingredients to make his own speed-type drug in large quantities.
The police forces have cracked down on the 41-year-old Gábor T. during the early hours of the 22nd of September on the perpetrator’s own property. You can see the police forces gathering at his door in the video published by the Hungarian police.
The man clearly knew he was conducting illegal business and did not want to be caught as he had installed several home defence mechanisms, the authorities have reported.
According to Telex, the man also had nine Staffordshire Terriers in his property to protect himself from the police or maybe presumably from the competition and his enemies. Despite his efforts to protect his home and the fact that his dogs have signalled the police forces, the perpetrator had no time to run.
The authorities found him in his yard trying to destroy the criminal evidence. He tried to pour out several litres of amphetamine oil near his dogs’ kennels and has thrown over his fence to the forested area next to the property. He was immediately arrested.
The police have found large amounts on ingredients in Gábor T.’s property among them 1.7 kilograms of white powder suspected to be drugs, 130 grams of green plant-based powder-like substance, 2 litres of methanol, 0.2 litres of sulfuric acid, 0.2 litres of amphetamine oil and 0.6 kilograms of sodium hydroxide.
Apart from the chemical laboratory’s worth of ingredients, the authorities also found 17,000 euros of cash.
Source: Police.hu, Telex.hu