South Kalimantan Police Reveals Case Of Shabu Wrapped In Snack
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BANJARMASIN - The South Kalimantan Police revealed the circulation of 100 grams of crystal methamphetamine packaged in snack packs as a modus operandi to trick officers.

"So suspect AR (35) threw away a plastic snack wrap which contained three packages of methamphetamine weighing 100.58 grams, when he learned of the officers who were going to arrest him," said Head of Sub-Directorate 1 of the Narcotics Directorate of the South Kalimantan Police AKBP Meilki Bharata, in Banjarmasin quoted by Antara. Between, August 3rd.

After being arrested on Jalan Handil Tiga, Kertak Hanyar District, Banjar Regency, the police conducted a search at the suspect's house not far from the location.

As a result, three more packages of methamphetamine were found weighing 4.83 grams. So that the total evidence seized was six packages weighing 105.41 grams.

Meilki admitted that the suspect had been the target of the operation for a long time, because based on public information he was a drug dealer.

The Opsnal Team of Sub-Directorate 1 of the Narcotics Directorate of the South Kalimantan Police conducted surveillance on the movements of the man who worked as a casual daily laborer, until he was finally arrested during a transaction to sell methamphetamine.

Now the suspect is detained and charged with Article 114 paragraph (2) subsidiary to Article 112 paragraph (2) of Law No. 35 of 2009 on Narcotics.

"We are still developing a network of suspects to be able to uncover the city above it," said Meilki on behalf of the Director of Drug Investigation at the South Kalimantan Police, Kombes Tri Wahyudi.


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