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The rescue has not been taken into account in this procedural phase and, had it not been carried out, would have incurred a crime of omission of the relief duty, according to the TSJA
The Court of Instruction number 4 of Torremolinos has ordered this Monday the entry into provisional communicated prison without bail of the four Spanish citizens who were arrested while carrying a large amount of drugs in a narco boat and who rescued the Civil Guard agents with those who had just had an accident at sea.
The Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA) has reported that detainees are investigated for crimes against public health, belonging to criminal groups, damages and injuries. In addition, they have indicated that the court has agreed to inhibit itself in favour of the courts of Fuengirola.
As they have indicated, the fact that they helped civilian guards fallen at sea is not taken into account in this procedural phase, noting that if they had not done so, they would have incurred a crime of omission of the relief duty.
More than 3,000 kilos of hashish
The Civil Guard carried out last Friday an operation against drug trafficking off the coast of Mijas in which four people were arrested and over 80 hashish bales were intervened, weighing more than 3,000 kilos.
The operation took place when a vessel of the Provincial Maritime Service of Ceuta was chasing a semi-rigid boat suspected of transporting drugs and was occupied by four people.
During the persecution, both vessels collided, the three civil guards falling into the water and the official vessel turning unchecked with the consequent risk to the guards who were in the water, as reported by the armed institute in a statement.
The rescue is ordered by public address
The crew of the helicopter of the Malaga air unit, realizing the imminent danger to civil guards, required the occupants of the other vessel to support them, being rescued by them and being all unharmed.