The police tackled what they call a "criminal family network" in Oss, Noord-Brabant on Wednesday. Three men, believed to be the leaders of this criminal network, were arrested. During searches at a caravan camp and other places in Oss, the police found and confiscated automatic firearms, drugs and cash. Possible explosives were also found.
Kaan D. may have falsely confessed to killing drug criminal Peter Netten in Oss earlier this year, the Public Prosecutor said during a pro-forma hearing against the 23-year-old man from Oss. New information from the criminal environment indicates that D. was paid 1.5 million euros to take the blame for the murder, RTL Nieuws reports.
The Public Prosecutor has information that someone other than the suspect currently in custody may be responsible for the murder of Peter Netten, the Prosecutor said in a proforma hearing the court in Den Bosch on Tuesday. Suspect Kaan D. "may be protecting someone else", his lawyer said, De Gelderlander reports.
The police arrested a man from Oss on suspicion of involvement in the murder of Peter Netten. The 30-year-old man was shot and killed at a caravan park on Hoogheuvelstraat in Oss during the early hours of Monday morning.
A man shot and killed at a caravan park in Oss early on Monday morning, was identified as 30-year-old Peter Netten. He was previously convicted for storing cannabis in his grandmother's shed, Omroep Brabant reports.
Netten was gunned down at a caravan park on Hoogheuvelstraat around 2:30 a.m. on Monday. Emergency services tried to resuscitate him, but it was to no avail. He died at the scene.
A man was killed in a shooting on Hoogheuvelstraat in Oss, Noord-Brabant during the early hours of Monday morning. Emergency services resuscitated the man at the scene, but he died a short time later, the police said on Twitter.
The police believe they know who the victim is, but he still has to be formally identified. The street was closed down and forensic investigators are at the scene looking for trace evidence. The investigation is expected to take several hours. Police officers are talking to local residents and call for witnesses to come forward.