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Property of Saric's associate in RS confiscated

12. May 2011. | 17:18

Source: Tanjug

The Banja Luka District Court ordered the confiscation of the newly discovered property of Zoran Copic, one of the associates of drug boss Darko Saric.

The Banja Luka District Court ordered the confiscation of the newly discovered property of Zoran Copic, one of the associates of drug boss Darko Saric.

One part of Copic's assets, worth over KM 20 million, was temporarily confiscated earlier, writes the daily Glas Srpske.

The earlier order prohibited the use and sale of assets of the Agrokop company based in Banja Luka and the sugar processing plant in Bjeljina, both owned by Copic.

A source close to the investigation told Glas Srpske that the court blocked the use of land owned by Agrokop in Laktasi, as well as several hundred square meters of office space and over 3,000 square meters of land in Bijeljina.

The same order prohibited the use of six trucks and four cars. The assets are worth around KM 1 million.

The ban will stay in effect until the financial investigation against Copic is concluded. If the investigation shows that Copic obtained the property through crime, it will be permanently confiscated and turned over to the agency for the management of illegally obtained property.

The RS police conducted a financial investigation against Copic on the request of the Serbian Organized Crime Prosecutor's Office, which led to the seizure of property worth over KM 20 million last month.

Copic is the closet associate of fugitive drug boss Darko Saric.

The RS police arrested Copic on April 16 in Banja Luka, and blocked his accounts, companies and plane, on the suspicion that he laundered KM 14 million for Saric by buying the sugar factory.


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