Austrian Man Arrested for Alleged Amphetamine Purchase

~1 min read | Published on 2022-03-11, tagged ArrestedDarkWebDrug-Bust using 110 words.

The Styria State Police Directorate announced the arrest of a 28-year-old man from Fürstenfeld, Styria, for allegedly ordering amphetamine and ecstasy on the darkweb. The investigation began on February 9, 2022, when Customs officers in Vienna intercepted a suspicious package.
The package was allegedly addressed to the suspect. Authorities opened the package and reportedly discovered unspecified quantities of amphetamine and ecstasy.
On March 8, the Fürstenfeld Police Inspectorate executed a search warrant at the suspect’s home. The search resulted in the seizure of 75 LSD tabs, 110 grams of cannabis, six cannabis plants, cannabis oil, and growing equipment.
The 28-year-old “did not confess,” according to the police. He is currently in police custody.

Comments (4)


Ban weed. Keep speed.


Congratulations for the defeat of THE boss of EU organized crime... just because spending the money paid from the taxes of citizens in the resources needed for this MASSIVE SEIZE operation, to promote terror campaign "order drugs from DNMs and go2jail", even he is a citizen who paid his taxes, but it's strictly forbidden for him to get some boost at work, explore his mind during weekends, and smoke a join after a hard day of work. Seriously, AT got nothing better to do? What about hunting people doing real harm to society, like pedos, terrorists or hitmen? Wtf seriously


thx governments how do not treat us...i'm fybromialgic since 5 years, empoisonned at hospital !!! today i need speed all days to open my eyes and heroin etc for pains that are inhuman !!!! thx for nothing presidents of my ass !! doctors poisonned me with antibiotics and said i'm crazy now !!! without darkweb, i probably be dead since a long time......


There's sometimes only a half of a month between interception of a package and execution of a search warrant and at other times took more than a year without any (appearent) serious investigation.