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Three found guilty for drug trafficking

Police found drugs sent through the post (CM archives)

By Evie Andreou

TWO brothers and their accomplice were found guilty on Wednesday by a court in Larnaca for drug trafficking.
Brothers Giorgos and Christodoulos Christodoulou from Limassol, aged 28 and 35, and Pavlos Pavlou, 44, from Aradippou were found guilty by the Larnaca criminal court for cannabis and cocaine possession and trafficking.

The younger of the two was found guilty for possession of 31 kilos of cannabis, his elder brother for 7 kilos of cannabis and Pavlos Pavlou for supplying 1,800 grams of cocaine to Antonis Christodoulou, 46, from Larnaca. The latter was arrested last October when 7 kilos of cannabis and 17.5 grams of cocaine were found in his house and shop and in his mother’s house by members of the drug squad (YKAN).

Antonis Christodoulou had been sentenced last December to five years imprisonment after confessing he was supplied the drugs by the brothers and that he had pushed in the market another 24 kilos of cannabis also supplied by them.

Their sentence will be announced on September 12.

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