KUALA LUMPUR – Police detained seven local individuals and seized numerous types of drugs worth about RM200,000, RM148,000 in cash and a Mini Cooper, in three separate raids here from Thursday to Saturday.
Kuala Lumpur Narcotics CID chief ACP Adnan Azizon said, in the first raid, police detained a 27-year-old man at a hotel in Jalan Metro Pudu 2 here on Thursday at 11.50 pm.
“Police inspected the man and found two plastic packets containing a powder and crystal lumps believed to be methamphetamine weighing 50.68 grammes,” he told a media conference at the Kuala Lumpur Police Contingent Headquarters here today.
In addition, Adnan said two men, aged 46 and 58 years old, were nabbed at a cafe in Jalan Kuching here with 1,000 suspected ecstacy pills and cash amounting to RM1,000 on Friday at 1 pm.
An interrogation of the man led to the arrest of a man and woman, aged 41 and 50 years old respectively, and seizure of cash totalling RM147,000, believed to be proceeds from drug sales, at a condominium in Jalan Kuchai Lama here.
In the third raid, he said police detained a man and a woman, aged 36 and 29 years, and seized 200 pills suspected to be Erimin 5 and 0.65 grammes of drug believed to be ketamine and a Mini Cooper at a hotel in Jalan Kepong here, on Saturday at 3 pm.
Adnan said all those detained were positive on Methamphetamine were remanded seven days from the dates of arrests. They were believed to be actively selling drugs in the Klang Valley. – BERNAMA