Three drug pushers nabbed in Kota Tinggi


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  • Friday, 16 Feb 2018

KOTA TINGGI: Police detained three suspected drug pushers at a drug den in an oil palm plantation at Felda Aping Barat here on Thursday (Feb 15).  

District police chief Supt Ahsmon Bajah said the men, aged between 22 and 40, were picked up at 2.40am during an operation by the narcotics investigation division of the district police headquarters and the Kota Tinggi National Drug-Agency (AADK).  

"The drugs seized from the tent comprised one transparent plastic packet believed to be heroin weighing 34.68g, one transparent plastic packet believed to contain syabu (0.20g) and Eramin-5 pills (0.40g) worth RM1,265," he said in a statement.  

He said the trio had also tested positive for drugs and one of them had records for drug-related offences. - Bernama
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