DETENTION MOTION FOR FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE SKY CASE CODE-NAMED “OVERDOSE 2”21.09.2023. 12:35
The motion for ordering the detention measure was proposed for the following suspects:
1. NONO SEJDIĆ, aka “Nono”, born in 1995 in Sarajevo, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
2. DŽENAN BUKVA, born in 1990 in Sarajevo, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
3. KENAN BUKVA, born in 1994 in Sarajevo, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
4. AZRA SULJAGIĆ, born in 1992 in Sarajevo, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and
5. ELVEDIN HAŠIMOVĆ, aka “Bebe”, born in 1996 in Germany, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Acting on the orders of the Prosecutor’s Office BiH, the police officers of the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Interior, in cooperation with the members of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Interior, apprehended and searched five suspects in the area of Sarajevo and Rudo. During the search of the suspects, the following were found and seized: certain quantities of narcotic drugs “heroin” and “cocaine”, as well as weapons, ammunition, money and a cryptocurrency mining machine. In addition, three passenger motor vehicles were temporarily seized.
This is a case in which evidence obtained from the SKY and Anom applications is used. The suspects are under investigation and the allegations against them are that they smuggled, hid, transported and placed large quantities of the narcotic drugs “cocaine”, “heroin”, “marijuana” and narcotic mixtures on the illegal drug market over a long period of time, as well as that they were involved in illicit trafficking in arms and military equipment.
They are suspected of having committed the criminal offence of organised crime under Article 250 in conjunction with the criminal offence of illicit trafficking in narcotic drugs under Article 195 of the Criminal Code of BiH.
The 30-day detention measure was proposed for the reasons described in Article 132 (1) (a), (b) and (c), that is, because of the risk of flight, as well as the risk that the suspects could obstruct the investigation, conceal evidence and exert influence on witnesses or accomplices or commit a criminal offence again or complete the one that has been started.
At the hearing, which will be held in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the prosecutor in charge will explain in detail the motion for ordering the detention measure.
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