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Police nabbed five men near Karlovac for smuggling migrants in vans and cars

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 8, 2024
Police nabbed five men near Karlovac for smuggling migrants in vans and cars

Recently, Karlovy Vary police arrested five men suspected of smuggling migrants in cars and vans. The suspects ranged in age from 27 to 52 and were citizens of Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, and India. Additionally, the police conducted a criminal investigation on two other individuals, a 26-year-old French citizen and a 36-year-old Turkish citizen with a residence permit in France, for violating the Aliens Act.

The arrests were made after police officers, working to combat migrant smuggling and prevent illegal migration, checked drivers six times between March 4 and 6 in the area of the Karlovy Vary Police Department. The drivers were transporting foreign citizens in cars and vans marked with various nationalities, including Ukrainian, Czech, German, French, Bulgarian, and Croatian. It was discovered that all the foreign nationals had entered the Czech Republic illegally and intended to apply for international protection.

Following the investigation, criminal charges were filed against the five men for profiting from transporting migrants. The two individuals with the French and Turkish citizenship are facing charges under the Foreigners Act. The police have taken action against these individuals to address the issue of illegal migration and migrant smuggling.

By Samantha Johnson

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