street value


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street value

the monetary worth of a commodity, usually an illicit commodity such as a drug, considered as the price it would fetch when sold to the ultimate user
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It took officers almost six hours to remove the haul, which the NCA said had a street value of more than PS120m and a wholesale value of PS27m to organised criminals.
A search of his Peugeot revealed cocaine with a maximum street value of PS51,500 and heroin with a maximum street value of PS66,400.
Found in his possession were 3 grams of suspected shabu, with an estimated street value of PHP20,400.
Police said more than 200 plants with a street value of PS120,000 were seized by officers who stormed the premises.
On Monday, 6kg of cannabis with an estimated street value of [euro]120,000 was seized at Portlaoise Mail Centre.
A kilo of marijuana with a street value of P120,000, a cell phone and P16,500 marked money were seized from the suspects.
Officers found: | 16,581.3g of amphetamine, with a street value of between PS44,645-PS74,320; | 729.1g of cocaine, with a street value of between PS33,100-PS39,580; | 184.6g of diamorphine, with a street value of PS18,390; and | 1,634.7g of cannabis, with a street value of PS4,680.
"At street value the cannabis could have realised up to PS40,000."
class="MsoNormalIn September 2018, police raided the home of a suspected drug dealer and confiscated 11 bags and 80 stones of bhang with an estimated street value of Sh2 million.
In one outbuilding, 2.4kg of cocaine was seized with an estimated street value of PS193,000.
Confiscated from him were 19 heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing shabu with an estimated street value of P15,000 and two fragmentation grenades, and two firearms.