Seven people were convicted by the courts for smuggling | Daily Change

Based on information collected and analyzed that had been working with clear guidelines by personnel from the Directorate of Investigations and the Department of Complex Crimes and Human Trafficking of the Police Headquarters, on people who were carrying out smuggling maneuvers, crossing from the coasts of the neighboring country by the Uruguay River illegal merchandise in boats and arriving in Salto on the shores of the Las Viudas stream where once there they were waiting for vehicles to unload and transship the packages, so they proceeded to carry out tasks according to observation and surveillance at different strategic points, together with personnel from the Tactical Reserve Group (GRT) and the Departmental Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Unit (UDEVANT), all in coordination with the acting Prosecutor’s Office. On the other hand, raids were also carried out on farms in the Arenitas Blancas area as well as in other parts of the city. Said coordinated work resulted in the arrest of seven people (5 men and 2 women), all of legal age, and the seizure of a truck, a car, a motorcycle, a boat, national money, and within the merchandise of foreign origin. There were several packages of shampoo and conditioner, several deodorants of different brands, perfumes and colognes, beauty creams, kitchen utensils, boxes and envelopes of medicines as well as a vaccination card. Yesterday, once the proceedings were completed in the Fourth Shift Criminal and Adolescent Law Court, it ordered: to convict JEAV, as the perpetrator responsible for a continuing crime of smuggling aggravated to a sentence of 2 years and 4 months in prison. effective; to EMAR, as the perpetrator responsible for a continuing crime of contraband aggravated in a regimen of real reiteration with a crime and theft of electricity to the penalty of 2 years and 6 months of effective prison; to ESDCB, and to CGDG, as perpetrators responsible for a crime of receiving the penalty of 12 months in prison; condemning RMOO, and LVOS, as perpetrators responsible for a continuing crime of smuggling to a penalty of 24 months in prison and condemning CNSC, as the perpetrator responsible for a crime of smuggling, to a penalty of 12 months in prison, replacing Freedom to Evidence (Law No. 19,889) consisting of its obligations in: A). Residence at your reported address; B). Subject to the permanent guidance and oversight of the OSLA; C). Presentation at the Police Section of your home once a week without permanence; D): Provision of community services: the obligation to fulfill tasks assigned to them, taking into account their aptitude or suitability, in public bodies or NGOs, whose purposes are of obvious social interest or utility. These measures will be twice a week and may not exceed 2 hours a day, for a period of 5 months and E). Exercise of a profession, trade, employment, art, industry or trade under the modalities determined in the intervention plan. Nightly house arrest from 10:00 pm to 06:00 am: for CGDG and CNSC, for the first 5 months; for RMOO and LVOS, for the first 8 months; and nighttime house arrest from 00:00 to 08:00 hours for ESDCB, for the first 5 months.