3 men from Germany who distributed a multitude of different drugs on the Dark Web were given seriously light sentences for their crimes of less than 2 years probation for each. Authorities began investigating the men after intercepting a drug-filled package sent in the mail to the men via an unnamed Dark Web marketplace.
Once the package was intercepted, authorities moved in on the men and issued a search warrant for their residence. This is where law enforcement found more evidence of their crimes and made arrests. The men kept meticulous records on a whiteboard (dry erase board) in their apartment, which authorities collected for evidence.
However, the men immediately confessed once becoming aware of the amount of evidence found by law enforcement. Due to the confessions, the case moved at a very speedy rate and sentencing began after just a few weeks from their initial arrest.
Many details of the case have been kept quiet as authorities have made claims that most information pertaining to the investigation was far too sensitive to release. The trio had ordered several bulk packages of various drugs on the Dark Web, which were also confiscated by police and used against the men.
Due to the men keeping detailed records of their illicit activities, authorities have successfully connected numerous customers to the drug trafficking operation as well. Authorities are confident that they will continue to make arrests with others that are connected to the trio and their Dark Web drug trafficking operation since the men have been dealing for several months.
So far, due to the investigation, law enforcement believe 31 year old Patrik C. (last names are being withheld), was mostly in charge of managing the Dark Web orders. They have chosen not to release any details on the involvement of the other two men, Yannik K., 23 and Philip B., 25.
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