Arrested by the police, Narji saved 17 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine in a hotel room

Illustration of drug evidence. (Suara.com/M. Yasir)

Narji was arrested on 11 September 2020 at Hotel Cordela.

SuaraJakarta.id – Narii keep 17 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine in the hotel room. Narji ditangkap police for selling drugs.

Narji was arrested on September 11, 2020 at Hotel Cordela, Medan, North Sumatra.

This was revealed by the Directorate of Narcotics Crime (Dirtipidnarkoba) Bareskrim. In this case Narji was involved in the distribution of methamphetamine-type drugs in the international network of Malaysia – Medan – Pekanbaru – Jakarta – Surabaya-Banjarmasin.

A total of 40 kilograms of cannabis were seized as evidence.

Illustration of drug evidence. (special).

Police Criminal Investigation Director General Police Brigadier General Krisno Siregar said in the disclosure of the case his party had secured one suspect with the initials TSD alias Narji.

Narji is suspected of being involved in the international drug trade.

For his actions, Narji was subject to Article 114 paragraph 2 and Article 112 paragraph 2 of Law Number 35b of 2009 concerning Narcotics. He faces the death penalty or a minimum sentence of 6 years in prison.

“The evidence of 23 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine packed with green Chinese tea,” said Krisno during a press conference at Bareskrim Polri, Trunojoyo, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Wednesday (7/10/2020) yesterday.

Illustration of drug evidence.  (Photo: Arry Saputra)
Illustration of drug evidence. (Photo: Arry Saputra)

Furthermore, investigators conducted interrogation of Narji.

Narji admits that he still keeps dozens of kilograms of crystal methamphetamine in a room at the Swissbell In Hotel, Medan, North Sumatra.

“With the evidence 17 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine,” he explained.

According to Krisno, the drug dealer network used fake identities to carry out the action.

Starting from ordering tickets, hotels, to the process of sending and picking up packages.

“Sidikat uses fake names and many fake identities for disguise,” he explained.

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