Thirteen people are currently in police custody in Guadeloupe and four others were arrested in Martinique last week for "inter-island" narcotics trafficking. 60 kg of drugs were seized, a source close to the survey said on Wednesday.
one "Large drug import and trafficking network" was dismantled in Guadeloupe and Martinique, and 17 people were arrested, was discovered on Wednesday by a source close to the investigation, confirming information from the Caribbean Radio International (RCI Guadalupe).
"Large amounts of drugs, including cannabis", were seized and "A team of criminals trafficking narcotics between the islands, between Martinique, Guadeloupe and Dominica, were intercepted" on both French islands, a source close to the file told AFP.
The RCI Guadeloupe evokes "60 pounds of seized drugs", which is intended for both departments abroad.
"Thirteen policemen are in progress" in Guadeloupe after arrests "Spread throughout the week", and four suspects have already been arrested "Last week" in Martinique, said the same source.
Some arrests have taken place in Guadeloupe on Saint-Felix beach in Gosier, and the suspects are "Guadeloupe and foreigners", according to the same source.
Current police custody should result in court appearances for several days by the end of the week.
An "extensive network" of drug trafficking dismantled in Guadeloupe and MartiniqueOuest-France.fr