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Coast guard officers break up drug-dealing family business

Coast guard officers in Piraeus on Wednesday arrested a 55-year-old woman and her two children, aged 25 and 27, after discovering an unspecified amount of unprocessed cannabis in their apartment.

During a search of their home, officers seized a pistol loaded with plastic bullets, a sword, a baton club and a number of electronic scales.

Six vehicles and one boat were also confiscated.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday February 12, 2014 (18:41)  
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