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Raid, doing 2 nurses, “covers” drugs before escaping from the England Tet case


Saturday, February 2, 2019 09:44 (GMT + 7)

Preparing documents to escape to England, 2 sisters are "bosses", and Vinh City drug was detained by police authorities, hiding in Ho Chi Minh City.

Raid, doing 2 sisters

2 sisters at Ngo Thi Xoan and Ngo Thi Hanh Police – Photo: Bang Pham

2-2 Days, Nghe Police Department Information Police Department said they had successfully arrested 2 wanted objects for illicit drug purchase and sale as 2 brothers and sisters: Ngo Thi Xoan (SN 1972 lived in Block 15, Cua Nam Ward, Vinh City, Nghe An) and Ngo Thi Hanh (SN 1983, Resident 4, Hung Chinh Commune, Vinh City, Nghe An).

According to police documents, two sisters Xoan and Hanh are subjects with many criminal records and convictions. In April 2017, Ngo Thi Hanh was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment by the Nghe Provincial People's Court for purchasing 1.1 kg of illicit drugs. And in March 2017, Ngo Thi Xoan was arrested by the police for the purchase of 2 heroin cakes and brought them home to sell profits. The Xoan Provincial People's Court sentenced to life imprisonment for illicit drug sales. 2 Xoan women are temporarily suspended from serving a sentence as they bring up children up to 36 months of age. With the state's leniency policy, both escaped from the area during the suspension of the sentence.

11-2018. During the year, the police department issued a wish to make a decision on criminal offenses and support for the judiciary by Ngo Thi Xoan and Ngo Thi Hanh. After many days of search, at the end of January 2016, the Nghe An Provincial Police Police Department invaded Ho Chi Minh City, arrested Ngo Thi Xoan, Ngo Thi Hanh. While inspecting the guest house, the police forces seized many documents and luggage, including documents attesting to items going to England for departure.

Soon after, the police authority sent Nghe An 2 Xoan and Hanh sisters to act in accordance with the law.

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