'Party' at police station: Police chief among eight arrested by Bukit Aman


KAJANG: A police station chief (OCS) was among eight picked up by the Bukit Aman Integrity and Standard Compliance Department (JIPS), after a raid at a police station in Kajang.

The suspect and three other policemen were thought to have turned a room inside the police station into a "private party", complete with alcohol and drugs.

It is known that all the suspects, aged between 21 and 37, were arrested on Tuesday (July 20), after JIPS followed up on a public complaint.

Four other women were also arrested during the raid yesterday.

"I confirm the incident and the arrests," department director Comm Datuk Azri Ahmad said when contacted on Wednesday (July 21).

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