(ANSA) – FLORENCE, FEBRUARY 15 – Residents rebel against drug dealers, posting signs on the walls of their buildings to say ‘no’ to drug dealing. It happens in Florence, in the Rifredi district, in the area of via Carlo del Greco. Citizens, exasperated by the phenomenon of drug dealing, have decided to wallpaper the facades with billboards to make their voices heard.
Their reports also reached the police headquarters, which triggered checks. Yesterday the agents of the Rifredi police station arrested a 27-year-old, stuck in via Locchi while selling cocaine to an Italian. The pusher, a Moroccan, wore gloves where he had hidden doses of cocaine and hashish on each finger. His client was reported to the prefecture as a drug user. (HANDLE).