In Johor, cops nab suspected drug syndicate members, including married couple

26/9/2022 8:04:00 AM

In Johor, cops nab suspected drug syndicate members, including married couple

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In Johor , cops nab suspected drug syndicate members, including married couple

JOHOR BARU, Sept 26 — Police have crippled an illicit drug trafficking syndicate following the arrest of five suspects, including a married couple, in four separate raids around...

By Ben TanMonday, 26 Sep 2022 1:03 PM MYTJOHOR BARU, Sept 26 — Police have crippled an illicit drug trafficking syndicate following the arrest of five suspects, including a married couple, in four separate raids around this district and in Iskandar Puteri.

Johor police chief Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat said the arrests were carried out last Friday during a joint operation between the state police contingent’s Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) and Bukit Aman.“A group of police operatives conducted four separate raids starting at 9pm on that day and managed to arrest four men and one woman.

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for the latest news you need to know.for the latest news you need to know.Larkin Fire and Rescue Department commanding officer Nazarudin Yusof said a team was dispatched to Kampung Mohd Amin at around 9.Mentri Besar Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi said the state bagged 77 gold, 52 silver and 43 bronze medals in the Games, which ran from Sept 16 until 24 in Kuala Lumpur.

By Ben Tan Monday, 26 Sep 2022 1:03 PM MYT JOHOR BARU, Sept 26 — Police have crippled an illicit drug trafficking syndicate following the arrest of five suspects, including a married couple, in four separate raids around this district and in Iskandar Puteri. Johor police chief Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat said the arrests were carried out last Friday during a joint operation between the state police contingent’s Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) and Bukit Aman. Senior Fire Officer ll, Nazarudin Yusof said seven firemen from the Larkin fire station and a fire engine were promptly deployed to the location after the state Operations Centre received an emergency call at 9. “A group of police operatives conducted four separate raids starting at 9pm on that day and managed to arrest four men and one woman. “The children were sitting on their desks to avoid the floodwaters while waiting for us to arrive. “The suspects were aged between 22 and 32 and included the married couple who was with their eight-month-old baby at the time. “Upon arrival at the scene, the Operations Extraction Team (PKO) rescued and evacuated the trapped victims to a safer place which was a fast food restaurant located about 550 metres from the scene,” he said in a statement today. “From the raids, investigators also confiscated 21. In 2016, Johor recorded 75 medals in total (19 gold, 25 silver, 31 bronze); in 2014, the state won 95 medals (23 gold, 32 silver, 40 bronze) while in 2013, 45 medals were recorded (12 gold, eight silver, 25 bronze).

16kg of marijuana and 784g of crystal methamphetamine (syabu) with a street value of RM67,027,” said Kamarul Zaman during a press conference at the Johor police contingent headquarters here today.45am.45am," he added. The state’s top cop said police also confiscated cash amounting RM30,650, jewellery worth RM44,413, and three motorcycles and two cars worth RM113,000. “The amount of seized drugs is estimated to be able to supply the needs of more than 21,000 addicts,” he said. Ihsan Johor chief executive officer, Farah Faridah Baptist said her team went to the scene with equipment and transport vehicles to help rescue the trapped teachers and children aged between two and six years before being relocated transferred to the Larkin branch of the same kindergarten. Kamarul Zaman said that investigations showed that the syndicate is believed to have been active since last March. The skies have started to clear in the Johor Baru area as of noon. He said the syndicate’s modus operandi was to turn their rented premises in gated residential communities into drug storage locations.30am and the high tide phenomenon.

Kamarul Zaman added that the syndicate’s drugs were obtained from neighbouring countries. “This group is believed to act as suppliers, where the members store the drugs before distributing them to smaller groups in the local market,” he said. However, JPBD said the flood waters at several locations had receded and they were monitoring the situation from time to time. The suspects are in police custody and have been remanded for six days, starting last Saturday, for investigations under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952. Advertisement . A temporary relief centre (PPS) was opened at the Seri Bengkal Religious School in Batu Pahat from 8am to accommodate 29 victims from 11 families from Kampung Seri Bengkal.