Wednesday, January 19

The third accused was recently convicted in a drug case

On Friday, he will be produced for custody.

The imprisonment meeting takes place as a so-called office business, which means that a judge decides the case based on the documents and without a court hearing.

The man, who is in his 20s, was arrested at 17.45 on Thursday after being wanted for some time. Police had previously arrested two people, a 23-year-old and a 24-year-old, who are now in custody for four weeks with a letter and visit ban.

45 days in prison

The most recently arrested man has so far not wanted to explain himself about the deprivation of liberty for which the police have now charged him. The man’s defender, lawyer Lars Mathias Undheim, does not want to comment on the case to TV 2.

The man was as late as June this year convicted of possession of a total of 190 grams of hashish and an MDMA tablet.

The verdict states that he has been through a difficult period where he has, among other things, been intoxicated. However, he explained in court this summer that he has taken charge of his life.

The man confessed to keeping the hashish and was sentenced to 45 days in prison in the district court. This is not the first time he has been convicted of drug offenses. In September 2020, the man was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.

Reported to the police

It was Sunday night that several people entered the childhood home of a 20-year-old man and attacked him with his parents as witnesses.

The young man was then abducted in a Toyota Rav4, before he, according to his own explanation, was released in Drammen during Sunday. Once before 9 pm, he called his parents and told them where he was.

Two days later, a 24-year-old reported to the police and put the cards on the table. He has pleaded guilty and explained himself to the police for 6-7 hours.

The next day, a 23-year-old was arrested at work. He denies any involvement in the case, but is still in custody. The 23-year-old man, like the most recently arrested man, has previously been convicted of drug crimes.

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