Police Shoot Dead Narcotics Port In Medan From Surabaya
North Sumatra Regional Police Chief Inspector General Martuani Sormin when exposing the case at Bhayangkara Hospital Medan (ANTARA)

MEDAN - Members of the Medan Police, North Sumatra shot dead a large drug dealer from Surabaya while picking up 25 kilograms of shabu-shabu in Medan.

"The suspect with the initials MS departed from Surabaya. He will bring 25 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine here to Surabaya," said North Sumatra Police Chief Inspector General Martuani Sormin accompanied by Medan Police Chief Kombes Riko Sunarko when exposing the case at Bhayangkara Hospital, Medan, quoted by Antara, Thursday, January 14. .

Kombes Riko said the arrest of the drug dealer was the result of the development of the arrests of three methamphetamine dealers on Monday 11 January at a hotel in Medan.

The three suspects with the initials RS, FS and ESR are citizens of Aceh Province. Of the three suspects, officers secured 1.9 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine.

From the results of the interrogation of the three suspects, the officers managed to secure the suspect MS in a hotel on Jalan Sisingamangaraja, Medan.

"From the suspect MS, the officers secured 25 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine evidence," he said.

When the development was about to be carried out, the suspect MS attacked the officers by hitting them with handcuffs and wanted to seize the firearms belonging to the officers.

The officers then took firm, precise and measured actions that caused the MS suspect to die.

"All actions taken by members of the North Sumatra Regional Police, if someone threatens to endanger the safety of our officers, then according to my instructions, take precise and measured strict measures," he said.

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