PETALING JAYA: A doctor and pharmacist have been arrested, after police found ganja in the car they were travelling in.
Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Nik Ezanee Mohd Faisal said the incident occurred around 10.25pm on Monday (June 29).
"Our team stopped a vehicle along Jalan PJU 1A/3, Kelana Jaya, and checked a man and a woman in the car who worked as a doctor and pharmacist respectively.
"When we checked the car, we found a plastic containing 70g of what is believed to be ganja in a bag on the driver's side of the vehicle," he said, adding that the male suspect also tested positive for tetrahydrocannabinol (cannabis).
He said investigations revealed the duo was involved in distributing drugs around Petaling Jaya for over three months.
"Both suspects have been remanded to help with further investigations," he said.
Meanwhile in an unrelated case, ACP Nik Ezanee said police arrested a 34-year-old foreigner in connection with a string of house break-ins.
"We arrested the suspect, who was behaving suspiciously around 7pm on Monday along Jalan 51A/224, while a patrol unit was making its crime prevention rounds there.
"We checked his bag and found several tools and metal objects believed to be used to break into houses," he said, adding that the man had been remanded for four days to help with further investigations.
In another unrelated case, police arrested two men for ramming into a policeman in order to flee the scene.
ACP Nik Ezanee said the incident occurred around 8.15pm on the same day at Damansara Damai.
"Our personnel on crime prevention patrols stopped two men on a motorcycle but the suspects rammed into one of our personnel and fled the scene.
"He suffered injuries to his hand and leg and was taken to Hospital Selayang for treatment," he said, adding that about 15 minutes after the incident, police arrested the two suspects.
He said both suspects had been remanded.
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