Six arrests after integral checks

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Six arrests after integral checks

Amsterdam – During integrated checks at 28 companies on business parks in Amsterdam, six people were arrested last week for money laundering, possession of and trafficking in narcotics and driving under the influence, among other things.

A three-day inspection of business parks in Amsterdam-Noord and several places in the center involved many awareness-raising conversations with local residents and entrepreneurs. In addition, various partners have issued fines, including from the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) for violation of the Tobacco and Smoking Products Act and a number of warnings for hygiene, HACCP and allergen information. In addition, abuses were found in the field of (fire) safety and inspectors found illegal habitation.

money laundering
On Thursday, a dynamic check, aimed at the nightlife area and public in the vicinity of Rembrandtplein, against possession of weapons and drugs took place. During that check, officers arrested four people. Two for money laundering, one for violation of the Opium Act and one for driving under the influence.

Taxi control
In the night from Thursday to Friday, a check was carried out on the taxi law and permits. That resulted in two arrests for driving under the influence. In addition, it turned out that 1 driver did not have a taxi license and that the scheduled bus exemption was withdrawn from three drivers. In addition, fines were written for matters such as the direction of travel and transporting more people than permitted.

The action was a joint venture of the Amsterdam police with the Ondermijningsbrigade, the Municipality of Amsterdam, the Tax and Customs Administration, REACT, UWV and Liander.

Information source: Politie.nl

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