Detained were five persons ranging from a grandmother to a grandson. The Policía de Control de Drogas said they were suppliers in the San Sebastián section of southern San José. Anti-drug officers conducted two raids on Avenida París of Barrio Umará there. A 15 year old detained in the raid was identified easily by his black jacket with the marijuana leaf in white on the back.
Police said they confiscated three doses of crack, 358 grams of cocaine, three marijuana plants, a revolver and cash. The family became the 100th group identified this year as a drug organization and the 42nd that was identified as a family enterprise.
Held was a woman, 50, with the last names of Chaves Montero, her son, 15, who has the last names of Muños Chaves, a 39-year-old son-in-law with the last names of Umaña Molina and his son and grandson of the 50-year-old woman with the last names of Umaña Bermúdez, police said. Also detained was a woman relative with the last names of Calderón Umaña.