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Thursday, 30 January 2014

Drug Syndicate Led by a Suspected Singaporean Drug Lord living in Seputeh Busted

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 30 — Police have busted a drug syndicate believed to be led by a suspected Singaporean drug lord living in Seputeh.
Along with the kingpin, police also arrested another Singaporean, three Indonesians and a local woman, believed to be the wife of the drug lord.
Kuala Lumpur narcotics chief ACP Wan Abdullah Ishak said the alleged drug lord owned two passports under different names and had been in and out of the country at least eight times over a period of two months.
He and the other Singaporean were also found to be on the Singapore police’s “most wanted” list.
“One of the passports was legitimate. However, the other was fake and was used to secure the lavish bungalow, in which he has been living for the past three months,” said Wan Abdullah.
“This led us to believe he may have been supplying the drugs to the Singaporean market, too.”
Police seized more than 4.7kg of methaphetamine, 966 Erimin 5 pills and 218 ecstasy pills in the raid conducted at 1am on Saturday. They estimate the drugs seized were worth almost RM750,000.
“We also seized five luxury cars worth RM3.6 million parked in the bungalow’s compound.”
Three of the cars had Singapore registration numbers. Police also seized RM120,000 cash and S$23,095 (RM60,050) during the raid.
Wan Abdullah said he believed the drug lord has been operating in the country for at least three months.
The drugs were stored on the third floor of the bungalow, accessible only to those involved in the operation.
The six suspects aged between 25 and 38 have been remanded until Friday, while police investigate them for drug trafficking.
“However, investigations so far showed the three Indonesians were only staying in the bungalow for renovation works and were unaware of the illegal activity.”
The other suspects tested positive for methaphetamine.
Meanwhile, another Singaporean was arrested along with eight others in a raid on a unit at Faber Heights Condominium, Taman Desa, also on suspicion of drug trafficking.
The suspects, aged between 24 and 61, were found with 2,751 ecstasy pills and more than 1kg of ketamine worth RM149,000.
Six of the eight arrested tested positive for ketamine.

Yahoo Malaysia

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