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IMMIGRATION DEPT NAB 12 FOREIGNERS

IMMIGRATION DEPT NAB 12 FOREIGNERS

12 foreigners, working illegally as security guards, were nabbed by the Johor Immigration Department in ‘Ops ID’ at a housing area in Kulai Jaya last night.

The foreigners comprised four Indonesians, three Nepalese, two Sri Lankans, two Indians and a Pakistani.

One of those detained claimed he had used a fake IC to get the job as a security guard at an elite residential area six months ago.

Other offences recorded include not having work permits, overstaying and abusing their social visit passes.

All those detained were sent to the Home Ministry’s complex in Taman Setia Tropika for further action.

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ANOTHER DRUG MULE CAUGHT SMUGGLING SYABU

ANOTHER  DRUG MULE CAUGHT SMUGGLING SYABU

In Kuala Terengganu, police foiled an attempt to smuggle in drugs following the arrest of a 31-year-old Vietnamese woman, believed to be a drug mule, on Saturday making it the biggest drug seizure in the state this year.

The woman was detained on arrival at Sultan Mahmud Airport in Kuala Terengganu when authorities discovered found more than 3 kilogrammes of syabu valued at 600,000 ringgit hidden in her luggage.

She was reported to have been on a flight from India after a transit at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, KLIA.

He added that the woman claimed to have been duped into becoming a drug mule by a man she met while on holiday in India 10 days ago.

She is currently being remanded for a week to facilitate investigations under the Dangerous Drugs Act, which provides a mandatory death sentence upon conviction.

In the meantime, Kelantan police said a 48-year-old Vietnamese woman, also believed to be a drug mule, was arrested at the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport from New Delhi on Friday, with 5.4 kilogrammes of syabu worth 1.35 million ringgit.
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ROBBERY-CUM-MURDER:PUMPGUN USED IN AMBANK SHOOTING

ROBBERY-CUM-MURDER:PUMPGUN USED IN AMBANK SHOOTING

The main suspect today led police to the recovery of the pumpgun used in the incident.

The weapon was found in a drain at Jalan Subang Pesiaran Penaga, about 500 metres from the crime scene in Subang Jaya.

Police brought the suspect to the scene at around 9am to start the search.

However, they only discovered the firearm about two hours later as the suspect was unsure of the exact location where he disposed off the weapon before making his escape.

Inspection by forensic investigators revealed four live slugs still inside the pumpgun.

After the weapon was recovered, the suspect was taken back to the police station for further investigation.

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IMMIGRATION NABBED MORE FOREIGNER

IMMIGRATION NABBED MORE FOREIGNER

A nightspot, which had just been raided two days ago for employing foreign women as guest relations officers, GROs was raided again for the same offence.

In the operation at Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur early this morning police said the entertainment outlet clearly showed its disregard for the law by hiring more GROs than before.

The women, comprising 76 Thais and a China national, were not only found abusing their social visit passes but were also believed to be offering sexual services to customers.

Two individuals, believed to be the premise caretakers, were also held.

All those detained were brought to Travers Police Station for further action.

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DRUG BUST : POLICE RECOVER RM1 MLN WORTH OF SYABU, LUXURY CARS

DRUG BUST : POLICE RECOVER RM1 MLN WORTH OF SYABU, LUXURY CARS

Sabah police smashed a drug trafficking syndicate after raiding a workshop in Jalan Kolombong, Kota Kinabalu on Wednesday.

During the 3pm raid, police recovered 3.9 kilogrammes of syabu valued at about one million ringgit.

Five local men aged between 28 and 41, were detained.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the workshop had been used as a drug distribution centre.

During the raid, police also seized 465,000 ringgit in cash, a pistol and 12 rubber bullets.

Eight luxury cars and three motorcycles valued at around 1.5 million ringgit were also confiscated.

The case is being investigated under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act which carries the death penalty upon conviction.
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Lizard find in wedding cake

Lizard find in wedding cake

A WEDDING reception in Kuala Muda, Kedah, ended on a nauseating note for the family of the bride when one of them bit into a lizard while enjoying what was left of the appetising two-tiered chocolate cake, Sinar Harian reported.

Siti Hajar Rohani, 30, sister of the bride, said the top tier was long gone after the cake-cutting ceremony at the reception that was held in Kampung Belantik, Sik, at around 4pm on Nov 2.

“I was enjoying a slice while watching television at around 9pm after others had already eaten the cake and said it was delicious,” said Siti Hajar, when met at her mother’s house near Tikam Batu.

“After two bites, I felt a hard object in my mouth and thought it was a piece of plastic.

“So, I took it out and showed it to my husband.

“Everyone was shocked when they saw it was a lizard. I realised I had bitten off its neck earlier on.”

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DRUG BUST : POLICE – INDONESIAN SYNDICATE USED SMALL PORTS TO SMUGGLE DRUGS

DRUG BUST : POLICE - INDONESIAN SYNDICATE USED SMALL PORTS TO SMUGGLE DRUGS

Foreign drug syndicates are now using small and relatively unknown ports to smuggle drugs out of the country especially to Indonesia.

The new modus operandi was discovered when police busted an Indonesian drug syndicate and seized 18.5 million ringgit worth of syabu and esctasy pills earlier this month.

The Indonesian drug syndicate was busted with the arrest of two men and a woman during raids in Sekinchan and Sabak Bernam on Sunday.

Federal Narcotics CID director Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said the syndicate had been operating from smaller and unknown ports along the Selangor coast including Sekinchan.

On Monday police arrested a foreigner carrying 4 kilogrammes of syabu at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

According to Datuk Noor Rashid, syndicates preferred to smuggle drugs to Indonesia as it fetched much higher prices compared to Malaysia.

All the suspects aged between 21 and 38, have been remanded to facilitate investigation under Section 39 B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

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DRUG BUST : POLICE – INDONESIAN SYNDICATE USED SMALL PORTS TO SMUGGLE DRUGS

DRUG BUST : POLICE - INDONESIAN SYNDICATE USED SMALL PORTS TO SMUGGLE DRUGS

Foreign drug syndicates are now using small and relatively unknown ports to smuggle drugs out of the country especially to Indonesia.

The new modus operandi was discovered when police busted an Indonesian drug syndicate and seized 18.5 million ringgit worth of syabu and esctasy pills earlier this month.

The Indonesian drug syndicate was busted with the arrest of two men and a woman during raids in Sekinchan and Sabak Bernam on Sunday.

Federal Narcotics CID director Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said the syndicate had been operating from smaller and unknown ports along the Selangor coast including Sekinchan.

On Monday police arrested a foreigner carrying 4 kilogrammes of syabu at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

According to Datuk Noor Rashid, syndicates preferred to smuggle drugs to Indonesia as it fetched much higher prices compared to Malaysia.

All the suspects aged between 21 and 38, have been remanded to facilitate investigation under Section 39 B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

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Voodoo: African held trying to smuggle drugs in two pumpkins

KUALA LUMPUR: Instead of the usual Halloween candies, a man stuffed two pumpkins with drugs. But his trick failed and the African was caught at the KL International Air­port.

The man had tried to fool the authorities by hiding some 4kg of syabu inside the pumpkins when he arrived from Benin in Northern Africa at 5.15pm on Tuesday – five days after Halloween.

Federal Narcotics Crime Inves­tigation Department director Comm Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said the suspect had placed the pumpkins in his luggage.
”This is the first time anyone tried to use pumpkins to smuggle drugs into the country.

“The pumpkins even containdrugs bukit amaned chicken feathers and traces of blood. We are not ruling out that the suspect practised voodoo,” he told a press conference in Bukit Aman here yesterday.

In another case, police busted a syndicate smuggling drugs to Indonesia via secluded ports in Selangor, with the seizure of some RM18.5mil worth of syabu and ecstasy pills.

Three Indonesians, including a woman, were arrested in Sekinchan and Sabak Bernam on Sunday. The suspects, aged between 21 and 38, were from Aceh.

About 40.5kg of syabu and 275,213 ecstasy pills were seized during the raids.

Meanwhile, Customs officers also seized drugs worth an estimated RM1.79mil in the last 14 days with three suspects arrested at KLIA.

KLIA Customs director Datuk Chik Omar Chik Lim said the first bust on Oct 25 involved a 25-year-old Malaysian travelling to Colombo, Sri Lanka.

He was arrested with 4.65kg of methamphetamine worth an estimated RM883,500 hidden in his luggage.

The second suspect, a 30-year-old Chinese national, was arrested upon arrival from Hong Kong with 1.55kg of methamphetamine valued at RM294,500.

The third suspect, a 27-year-old Nigerian, was arrested on Nov 3 upon arrival from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with 3.25kg of methamphetamine worth an estimated RM617,500.

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Voodoo: African held trying to smuggle drugs in two pumpkins

Voodoo: African held trying to smuggle drugs in two pumpkins

KUALA LUMPUR: Instead of the usual Halloween candies, a man stuffed two pumpkins with drugs. But his trick failed and the African was caught at the KL International Air­port.

The man had tried to fool the authorities by hiding some 4kg of syabu inside the pumpkins when he arrived from Benin in Northern Africa at 5.15pm on Tuesday – five days after Halloween.

Federal Narcotics Crime Inves­tigation Department director Comm Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said the suspect had placed the pumpkins in his luggage.
”This is the first time anyone tried to use pumpkins to smuggle drugs into the country.

“The pumpkins even contained chicken feathers and traces of blood. We are not ruling out that the suspect practised voodoo,” he told a press conference in Bukit Aman here yesterday.

In another case, police busted a syndicate smuggling drugs to Indonesia via secluded ports in Selangor, with the seizure of some RM18.5mil worth of syabu and ecstasy pills.

Three Indonesians, including a woman, were arrested in Sekinchan and Sabak Bernam on Sunday. The suspects, aged between 21 and 38, were from Aceh.

About 40.5kg of syabu and 275,213 ecstasy pills were seized during the raids.

Meanwhile, Customs officers also seized drugs worth an estimated RM1.79mil in the last 14 days with three suspects arrested at KLIA.

KLIA Customs director Datuk Chik Omar Chik Lim said the first bust on Oct 25 involved a 25-year-old Malaysian travelling to Colombo, Sri Lanka.

He was arrested with 4.65kg of methamphetamine worth an estimated RM883,500 hidden in his luggage.

The second suspect, a 30-year-old Chinese national, was arrested upon arrival from Hong Kong with 1.55kg of methamphetamine valued at RM294,500.

The third suspect, a 27-year-old Nigerian, was arrested on Nov 3 upon arrival from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with 3.25kg of methamphetamine worth an estimated RM617,500.

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