SHAH ALAM – Police detained five suspects including a government servant who worked as general clerk and seized ganja worth RM107,000 in three separate raids in the Klang Valley, on Thursday and Friday (May 18 and 19).
Selangor Narcotics Crime Investigation Division chief ACP Amarjit Singh Cher Singh said the male clerk, in his 20s, was arrested while driving a Myvi car, in a raid in Serdang, around 9.30pm, on Friday.
“We found two blocks of compressed dried leaves believed to be ganja weighing 1,971.3g and worth RM6,000.
“Initial investigation also revealed that the clerk distributed drugs for the local market,” he said in a press conference at the state police contingent headquarters here today.
He said following interrogation of the first suspect, police arrested a woman, in her 20s, and confiscated 34 slabs as well as four plastic packets of ganja leaves, weighing 29kg and valued at RM90,000, in a raid on a condominium unit in Seri Kembangan, on the same day. – BERNAMA