A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted a motion that the following suspects be ordered into custody SRĐAN RAĐEVIĆ, born in 2000 in Gradiška, citizen of BiH, and DAVORIN POPOVIĆ, born in 1980 in Travnik, citizen of BiH and Republic of Serbia.
A prosecutor of the Special Department for OrganiSed Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption submitted a motion to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the extension of the custody measure by two months for all three suspects deprived of their freedom in the operation codenamed „Rez“ /Cut/.
Police officers of the Department for Organised and Serious Crime of the RS Ministry of Interior deprived several suspects of their freedom in the areas of Gradiška and Banja Luka.
The defendant Semir Trebinjac (1991) entered a guilty plea agreement, after which he was sentenced in the Court of BiH to a single sentence of one year in prison.
The motion for ordering prohibiting measures was sent to ensure unhindered investigation in this case.
As part of its activities, the BiH Border Police, in coordination with the duty prosecutor of the BiH Prosecutor’s Office, detected and deprived of liberty a citizen of the Republic of Croatia during a regular control at the international border crossing Šamac, who attempted to illegally transfer 30 citizens of the Republic of Turkey not meeting the legal requirements for entry into the Republic of Croatia.
After interviewing the suspects in the presence of their lawyers, the case prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina sent to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina a motion to order into custody the three suspects who were deprived of their liberty in the operation of the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Interior carried out in the area of Sarajevo and its surroundings.
The Prosecutor of the Special Department for War Crimes in charge of the case has filed an Appeal with the Appellate Division of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, against the first-instance acquittal of four (4) persons charged with the criminal offence of War Crimes against Prisoners of War, referred to in the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Police officers of the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs are acting on the orders of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and are depriving of liberty and carrying out searches of the suspects in Sarajevo and its surroundings under the supervision of a prosecutor from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption.
Acting in the case of organized crime, connected with the international smuggling of large quantities of the narcotic drug Cocaine as well as other criminal offences, which relate to BiH, the countries of the region, the EU, as well as overseas countries, a prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH submitted a detailed motion for remand in custody of the following suspects: