Locals Paid More DRUGS, Not Cash
Well-placed Police sources confirm large volumes transit the country in this manner
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Locals, who are involved in assisting illegal drugs to pass through Fiji as a transit point, get paid not in cash but with more drugs, Police believe. These drugs, such as methamphetamine then find its way to the local market where it is sold by these local contacts.
Well-placed Police sources have confirmed that a large quantity of drugs
pass through Fiji in this manner and a portion of it is given out as payment. New drugs that have come to Fiji include methamphetamine which is also known as ice. Other drugs that Police are aware of include a red pill which is being sold off at $50 each. Police are still trying to
what this drug is.
Well-placed sources also confirm that these drugs are sold at some high-end pubs around the country. Not everyone is sold these drugs and one has to be a regular before deals are struck to purchase either ice or the pill.
Police intelligence confirms that the dealing of these drugs is done in a very sophisticated manner.
Police also say it’s not the same as selling marijuana on the streets.
The Fiji Police Force are once again calling on the public to come forth with any information they may have about such drug rackets.