Four of those arrested have been ordered to prison.

29-07-2017Alejandro Sepúlveda

Eight people - British, Nigerian and Pakistani - were arrested during a Guardia Civil anti-drugs operation in Magalluf that started late on Thursday night.

At eleven o'clock on Thursday, 35 officers took part in the action that was centred on Punta Ballena. Dubbed Operation White Corner, it had been initiated at the end of May and involved extensive surveillance of a large number of drug dealers active along Punta Ballena. Cocaine, heroin, hash and pills were being sold to tourists and to workers. Quantities of these drugs were seized during the operation.


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MelB / Hace over 4 years

We sometimes forget the effort, determination and bravery of our police forces on this island. They enable us as ordinary citizens to carry on our daily lives in relative peace and safety. This is a further example of their success. Thank you, we owe you a debt of gratitude.


S. / Hace over 4 years

Well Done the Guardia !. Removing those "Dealers of Death" from Magaluf, has been urgently needed. Calvia are at last beginning to clean up Magaluf of its Drug Suppliers, Prostitutes and Pimps. Stopping the attraction for mainly young Tourists seeking Booze, Drugs and Sex at this Urbanisation ,has to be a main priority. I wonder if Playa de Palma, Arenal ,C'an Pastilla need to be targeted for similar problems blighting the Island.