Baden-Württemberg: 106 crimes uncovered during traffic investigation day

Stuttgart (dpa/lsw) - Illegal entry into the country, kilograms of drugs in the car and driving without a driver's license: During the nationwide traffic investigation day on Thursday, mobile police investigators found more than 180 violations, including 106 criminal offenses.

Baden-Württemberg: 106 crimes uncovered during traffic investigation day

Stuttgart (dpa/lsw) - Illegal entry into the country, kilograms of drugs in the car and driving without a driver's license: During the nationwide traffic investigation day on Thursday, mobile police investigators found more than 180 violations, including 106 criminal offenses. The almost 160 specialists of the traffic investigation units of the police were supported by the federal police and customs. The focus of the action was on cross-border crime. "Criminals use motorways in the mistaken belief that they can travel anonymously there," said Interior Minister Thomas Strobl (CDU) in Stuttgart on Friday.

The officials uncovered 27 cases of illegal entry to or illegal stay in Germany. In a particularly serious case, they discovered four illegal immigrants in a sealed trailer. They also uncovered 22 drug-related offences. Around three kilograms of drugs were found in a vehicle, which were supposed to be smuggled through Germany abroad. In addition, numerous other offenses such as driving without a license (17 cases) or under the influence of drugs (14 cases), driving without valid insurance cover (13 cases), forgery of documents (10 cases) and violations of the weapons law (6 cases) were also reported on the day of the check. brought to light.

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