KOTA KINABALU: Fifty-four individuals were nabbed for various drug-related offences in week-long operations around Kota Kinabalu (KK) including in Sembulan and Manggatal from Aug 17. Kota Kinabalu police chief ACP Habibi Majinji said all those detained, were aged between 13 and 63 years, and 16 of them were foreign nationals. Two individuals were arrested for drug possession and trafficking, while 12 were arrested for drug possession and another 40 were detained for testing positive for drugs. “Police also seized 33.27 grammes of syabu worth RM1,663.50,“ he said in a statement today. Efforts to curb drug addiction and drug trafficking in Kota Kinabalu will continue to be intensified for the peace and well-being of the public. The local community is urged to cooperate by chanelling information to the Kota Kinabalu district police headquarters (DPH) at 088-529 220 or via the Kota Kinabalu DPH Facebook page, he said. — Bernama
- Militant Detained in Syria Claims He Underwent Training Supervised by US Instructors
- Police in Armenia Says Arrested Over 250 Pro-Opposition Protesters Over Breach of Lockdown
- EXCLUSIVE: 'We prepare to stop these murders by any means necessary.' Black Lives Matter leader declares war on police and group is 'training our people to defend our communities' in Black Panther style armed 'patrols'
- Russia detains five suspected Islamic State terrorist
- Police phones wrecked, stolen, missing cost taxpayers more than $600,000
- Graphic Video: Probe Launched After US Cop Filmed Kneeling on Man's Head
- SC moved for CBI probe into BHEL woman officer's suicide
- Middle-aged people will be more ill and for LONGER than baby boomers, major new study suggests
- Accusations of Serial Assault Spark New #MeToo Wave in Egypt
- Rhea Chakraborty puts a happy pic with Sushant Singh Rajput as new WhatsApp display photo a month after his death
KK police detain 54 individuals for various drug offences have 287 words, post on www.thesundaily.my at August 25, 2019. This is cached page on Asean Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.