Italian police dismantle a network that was exporting illegal alcoholic drinks from Cuba and other Latin American countries

Italian police dismantled a network alcohol is sold Illegal from Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia in the cities of Bergamo and Como in northern Italy.

The Authorities intercepted more than 4,500 bottles of ‘smuggled’ liquorAfter a police operation in the aforementioned cities, according to the Guardia di Finanza, a military body under the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Among the seized goods there runeand whiskey, tequila, vodka, and beer that were imported to evade taxes.

Statement – Quoted from Italian press– Define agent management “To dismantle a fraudulent system consisting of Secret entry of alcoholic beverages from abroad through unauthorized channelsAvoid, in particular, storage in facilities authorized to manufacture, transfer, hold, receive or send goods subject to excise duties.”

Police operations are allowed Confiscation of 1,540 bottles of evaded alcohol and spirits, and verification of fraudulent sale of another 3,000 bottles.

The official memo adds that it was also intercepted Half a ton of spoiled food productsIncluding poultry, fish, spices and flour that will be destroyed instantly.

Police also found some fake items, including masks containing illegal representations of the Disney and Marvel brands.

The Public Prosecutor’s Office of Como and Bergamo denounced the legal representative of the company – a Peruvian citizen – for theft of payment and liquidation of the special tax on alcoholic beverages, counterfeiting, receipt of stolen goods, employment of illegal workers on state territory and poor preservation of food products, as major offenses.

To conclude this note, there are other unknown details about the alcoholic beverages of Cuban origin that were seized in the process, nor the number of bottles.

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