Twenty-four people have been arrested and a further nine charged on suspicion of stealing luxury vehicles in Europe for transportation to Morocco and eventual sale in Senegal and Mauretania.
The Guardia Civil have arrested fifteen people in Málaga and Granada as the alleged members of an organisation that swindled 130 people by means of fraudulent gas revisions.
Nineteen people have been arrested in connection with the transportation of hashish from Morocco to Spain using helicopters flying at low level.
The Guardia Civil in Cádiz have arrested 18 people suspected of committing the crime of fraud at a luxury hotel in Chiclana de la Frontera, the police action forming part of Operation Rinus.
Three men have been arrested in connection with damage caused to an archaeological site in Écija, including the destruction of a second century Roman mosaic.
Local Police in Rincón de la Victoria have arrested a 60-year-old man, J.L.R.R., for the alled crime of criminal damage after he was caught red-handed setting fire to rubbish containers.
National Police in Vélez-Málaga have arrested eight people, two of them minors, for the alleged crimes of belonging to a criminal gang and cocaine trafficking.
Eight Spaniards have been arrested, accused of fighting alongside pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine.
A police operation in La Linea de la Concepción, Cádiz, has so far resulted in the arrest of twenty people for their alleged involvement in the smuggling of tobacco.
Eleven people have been arrested for allegedly introducing 510 kilos of cocaine into Spain from Colombia.