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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Indonesia: Airport Police arrest 2 drug traffickers with drugs worth Rp 39 billion

The Soekarno Hatta Airport Police seized drugs worth Rp 39 billion after capturing 2 drug traffickers, identified by their initials N and S, on November 10 and 11.

"N was the courier, whereas S was the supplier. The evidence includes 1,012 grams of meth, 2,944 grams of ketamine, 61,251 ecstasy pills, and 4,196 strips of happy 5. 

The monetary value of these drugs altogether is Rp 39 billion," said Soekarno Hatta Airport Police Chief Roycke Langie, as quoted by Warta Kota today.

The police first arrested N after carrying out a drug deal in Terminal 1A of the airport. The police then followed N to another transaction in Grogol, West Jakarta, and arrested him there.

The next day, N led the police to his supplier, S, in Tambora, West Jakarta. After arresting S, the police located his kost and found the motherload of his drugs stored there, thought to be worth Rp 39 billion in total.

Drug traffickers in Indonesia may face the death penalty if proven guilty.

Source: Coconuts News, November 17, 2015

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