BNN Seized 212.5 Kilogram Shabu from Lintas Aceh-Medan
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, November 06 2017 - 13:00 IWST
Deputi Pemberantasan BNN, Irjen Pol Arman Depari (Foto Ist)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The National Narcotics Agency (BNN) seized a total of 212.5 kilograms of drugs, 10,000 Happy Five pills and 8,500 ecstasy pills.
"With the evidence, there are also four suspects in four different locations in Aceh," said Deputy Eradication of BNN, Inspector General Pol Arman Depari in Jakarta, Monday (6/11/2017).
The scene of the case on Jalan Raya Medan - Aceh Idie Rayeuk area with evidence of five packs of shabu secured by Udin Dani suspect.
Then the case happened in Dusun Tanjung Mulia with evidence of 133 kilograms of shabu and 8,500 ecstasy pods planted in the yard of Marzuki house by Rahmad Ahyan. The scene of the Bukit Panjang case, Aceh Tamiang receives 30 packs of shabu with suspects Abidar.
Then the incident on Jalan Raya border Medan - Aceh with 31 packs of shabu and 10,000 Happy Five pills hidden in the palm fruit.
"The fourth is a syndicate with evidence coming from an international network in Malaysia," Arman said.
While the modus operandi of this drug network, where the suspects smuggle drugs through the sea from Malaysia by using fishing boats.
"The ship from Malaysia controlled by international syndicates takes drugs to the Indonesian - Malaysian sea border in the Malacca Strait at the designated coordinates," Arman said.
Furthermore, local syndicates from Aceh pick up and bring drugs to the beach around Idi Rayeuk and beaches in Tamiang, East Aceh, he said.
"The arrests by the BNN team were conducted when the suspects hid the evidence by being buried, in the forest and some were caught on the highway at the time the drug evidence was moved and when it was taken to Medan," Arman said.
Drug plans will be taken to Medan to be circulated to South Sumatra, Riau, Riau Islands, Jakarta, East Java and Bali; he said "With this circulation failure, BNN succeeded in preventing the victims of drug abuse in Indonesia as many as 900,000 people. Malaysia, Thailand and Myanmar," said Arman.