The motion was filed against two suspected Cameroon nationals and the custody was requested because some additional expert analyses of mobile and technical devices are awaited, as well as due to the extraordinary circumstances caused by the Covid 19 pandemic and for the purpose of acquiring conditions for examining witnesses at the Immigration Centre.
The defendant Vinko Milošević (1964) is charged with smuggling around half a ton of the narcotic drug – marijuana “skunk”.
With the crimes committed, the perpetrators caused multimillion-dollar damages and acquired substantial unlawful property gain.
Police officers of the Ključ Police Station found ten (10) migrants in two vehicles, after which two (2) persons were deprived of liberty.
The accused include two Tunisian nationals and two nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The seized tobacco and cigarettes without appropriate excise stamps will be confiscated, and a report on the committed criminal offence will be submitted against the perpetrators.
In a coordinated operation conducted under the supervision of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, authorised officials of the Indirect Taxation Authority (ITA) BiH, in several separate operations, discovered and seized a significant quantity of cigarettes and tobacco, as well as other items used to commit the crime.
The Prosecutor’s Offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina have taken necessary measures and are continuing to work and exercise their roles and competencies envisaged by the Constitution and law. The monitoring of the legality of public procurement procedures has been intensified. Measures will be taken to secure the conditions for carrying out autopsies.
Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against the following person:
Extension of custody has been proposed for the reasons set forth in Article 132, paragraph 1, item d) of the Criminal Procedure Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina, due to the fact that the suspect’s behavior seriously endangered the health of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina as he released three persons coming from Austria - one of the countries with intensive transmission of the Coronavirus, who did not have valid travel documents, without referring them to any sanitary or health examination.