Champions League official Slavko Vinci was investigated by the Bosnian and Herzegovinian police for his associated participation in a ring with medications and prostitution.
The Slovenian, who earlier this season took care of matches including Manchester City and Liverpool, was nicknamed alongside Tijana Maksimovic who is broadly accepted to be the prostitution ring boss.
Vincic, who took care of the match among Genk and Liverpool in this present season’s European tip-top rivalry as well as two additional Champions League games and one in the Europa Cup, was detained in a cabin in Bijeljina where nine ladies, 26 men and a cache of firearms and cocaine were found by authorities.
Croatian daily 24Sata announced that Vincic, who was an assistant to Damir Skomina at Euro 2012, was arrested alongside Tijana Maksimovic, the ringleader of the prostitution ring suspected by police. Maksimovic was arrested while attempting to cross the Croatian fringe in a boat that was carrying three ladies as well.
Although it is accepted that Vincic isn’t legitimately associated with the operation, he is accused of being one of the 26 men allegedly caught possessing drugs and illegal firearms.
Prior to his release, Vincic, 40, was met as an observer.
Others included, in any case, face several charges including offenses including viciousness, alcohol, and firearms.
Bijeljina police said: “Fourteen packets of cocaine, ten pistols, three suits of body armor, more than 10,000 euros were found and confiscated in various monetary standards, telephones, and laptops during the chase for the house and vehicles utilized by the suspects.”
Maribor-conceived Vincic has fought in the Slovenian media against his guiltlessness.