Dealers are tapping into a new market that makes it easier than ever to get a hit of ice. Stay cool for summer! Dealers are also selling drugs through the Dark Web, a hidden, lawless place on the internet where people can access illegal substances. A news. On marketplace Agora, Australian dealers offered more than individual listings of drugs in just one week. Dealers have been selling their product on sites like Craigslist for some time, but the ads are continuing to multiply, making it harder and harder to regulate.
Ads for dangerous drug ice multiply on Craigslist
Drug dealers are using website Craigslist to openly buy and sell drugs | Herald Sun
Rescuers looking for a missing Indonesian submarine believe it has sunk and do not expect to find any survivors, after items from the vessel were found. The advertisement, posted on the American classifieds website Craigslist, was meant to be vague, but not too vague. Unfortunately for Charlie, whose real name is Kristiana Karakostas, the code was cracked by Victoria Police in February Shortly after seeing the unconvincing advertisement, a covert police officer arranged to meet Karakostas at a petrol station in Mount Waverley, about 50 metres away from the real estate agency where she worked, to buy cocaine from her. Karakostas, 27, an auctioneer and property consultant who had no prior convictions, was arrested in the office and her handbag was seized. Police later raided Karakostas's home in Glen Iris where they found
DRUG dealers and users are operating in full view of police by using a popular website to openly buy and sell drugs. Criminals are also getting in on the act, with one seller offering counterfeit bank notes including UK pounds, US dollars, euros, and UAE dirham. Requests for weapons and protection have also been made.
Melbourne's Craigslist website has become a digital den of iniquity, with ice, weed, LSD, worn underwear and sex being sold on the site. A week after police charged a Fitzroy North man for selling crystal meth, or ice, on an online classifieds site, advertisements for the drug - codenamed "puff", "cold" and "ice cream" - were still rampant on Craigslist. A screenshot of ice-related ads from Craigslist. Credit: Craigslist.