Regional Police confiscates 11 g. of maggi cubes in Tegula

Bouillon cubes have been illegal in Sabia and Verona since the Drug Consuption Act passed by the Courts in February 2013.
Bouillon cubes have been illegal in Sabia and Verona since the Drug Consuption Act passed by the Courts in February 2013.

The Regional Police Corps (Poliţżagıdyën) have confiscated 11 grams of maggi bouillon cubes (illegal according to the drug consumption act of February 2013) in the Veronan municipality of Tegula. According to the Chief of the Police Corps, Gunther Van Marden, the illegal substance was taken from a vehicle ready for departure, likely to Salisse or Aguasblancas.

Along with the confiscation of the cubes, José Ramírez, resident of Salisse has been arrested. Ramírez is presumed to be the owner of the vehicle, a 2012 Starlynn-Hooke Velocette. The Lt. Secretary of Tegula, Valentina Giallosso (XAM) has released an official statement regarding the incident, in which she asks for Ramírez’s safety, as the Police Corps have a history of mistreating suspects and inmates. Ramírez’s sister, Francisca, has met with Giallosso and has been quoted remarking her brother’s innocence repeatedly. Both José and Francisca are FSF members, marking the second time the party has been involved in drug trafficking (the first one being in early January, 2013).

According to Van Marden, the police have linked Ramírez with the Pashqari mafia that has traditionally traded drugs of the kind. More on the issue is to be said by the Police Corps.

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3 thoughts on “Regional Police confiscates 11 g. of maggi cubes in Tegula

  1. Eh….. “maggi bouillon” are actually cubes of vegetable or chicken stock used in cooking… they’re not drugs. It is hardly illegal to distribute vegetable stock, is it? If it is, I find it curious that stock cubes like Oxo are considered to be drugs under Sabian law.

      • I see. I guess it could be as potent as nutmeg. Nutmeg is quite an inconspicuous hallucinogen. Sniff some nutmeg and you can be euphoric for some hours before falling unconscious. It seems sometimes even the most harmless kitchen ingredients can cause great damage!

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