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Girl killed over grudge

PUBLIC outrage over the murder of Nurul Nadirah Abdullah, 5, escalated yesterday after it was revealed that she was killed over a grudge and that the main suspect is a drug addict neighbour. Anger and disgust were the common themes in cyberspace as netizens vented their anger on the suspect and on...

14/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Drug mule nabbed with syabu worth RM770,000

BUKIT MERTAJAM: A local woman`s first-ever holiday trip abroad could turn out to be her last after she was nabbed with 3.1kg of methamphetamine worth RM770,000 at the Penang International Airport on returning from Bangladesh. The arrest of the woman, in her 20s, has prompted the authorities to susp...

13/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Pregnant woman lured into sending drugs

MELBOURNE: A Malaysian woman, who is five months pregnant, was detained at the airport here on Feb 10 after she was allegedly found with 34 pellets of heroin in her stomach, the Malaysian consulate confirmed yesterday. The 36-year-old mother of four from Puchong, Selangor, was taken to a hospital...

09/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

3 Africans who swallowed syabu pellets arrested

SEPANG: The Customs Department detained three African men who had swallowed 219 pellets of drugs worth RM1.05 million at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). The men from Nigeria and Guinea, aged between 30 and 38, were detained on Feb 28 after checks by Customs enforcement officers foun...

08/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Australian drug suspect a frequent visitor here

for alleged drug possession last week was a frequent visitor to Malaysia, especially in the last three months. Checks revealed that since December, he had come here on five occasions before he was nabbed with two packets of syabu worth RM56,000 in a sting operation last Thursday. The drugs were f...

08/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Duped by friend, jailed for cocaine

UP to four years ago, Wan Lydiawati Abdul Majid always saw the good in everybody. Her faith in all humanity, however, ended when she was jailed for being a drug mule in Trinidad and Tobago. Wan Lydiawati, 24, is finally out of prison, after four years. Speaking at a Foreign Affairs Ministry`s regi...

08/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Man on wheelchair sentenced to jail, rotan

PETALING JAYA: A wheelchair-bound man was sentenced to 64 months` jail and 10 rotan strokes today by the Sessions court after pleading guilty to possessing 182.58gm of cannabis three years ago. M. Alagesan, 30, who is unemployed, committed the offence at an apartment unit at Apartment Harmoni, PJU...

08/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Aussie man held over drugs

KUALA LUMPUR: An Australian was arrested for possessing 225g of methamphetamine at a cafe in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng here last week. The suspect, a 32-year-old lorry driver from Perth, was staying in a condominium in Jalan Yap Kwan Seng. He was kept under surveillance by police here who were suspiciou...

07/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Customs officers nab six foreign drug mules

SOME drug syndicates have resorted to old ways in their attempts to smuggle drugs into the country. This was discovered by Customs Department officers last month when they arrested five Nigerians and an Iranian who were found to have swallowed condoms filled with drugs. From the Iranian and two of...

02/03/2012 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Nigerians, Iranians top list of drug suspects

Customs and police booked 557 suspected foreign traffickers and seized RM350 million worth of drugs from them this year Nigerians topped the list of 557 foreigners detained for alleged involvement in international drug trafficking this year with RM350 million worth of drugs seized. A total of 15...

30/12/2011 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Indonesian woman gets death for drug trafficking

ALOR STAR: An Indonesian woman was sentenced to death by the High Court yesterday for trafficking in 841.63g of drugs last year. Judicial Commissioner Mohd Zaki Abdul Wahab ruled that the prosecution had proved its case against Maggie Taissya Olyvia, 27, beyond reasonable doubt. Maggie, a u...

29/12/2011 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Engineering student, friend held over ganja

A Nigerian studying engineering at a private university in Cheras was among two people picked up by police for suspected involvement in drug distribution. The 27-year-old, who has been in Malaysia for three years, and his friend, aged 29, were detained behind a restaurant at Taman Melati in Wangsa...

28/12/2011 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Engineering student, friend held over ganja

KUALA LUMPUR: A Nigerian studying engineering at a private university in Cheras was among two people picked up by police for suspected involvement in drug distribution. The 27-year-old, who has been in Malaysia for three years, and his friend, aged 29, were detained behind a restaurant at Taman Me...

28/12/2011 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Nigerian with student visa held with 15kg of ganja

KUALA LUMPUR: A Nigerian who posed as a student at a private college here and his friend have been arrested for having almost 15kg of drugs. City police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohmad Salleh said the two, aged 27 and 29, were arrested on Dec 22 at 10.30pm. “One is a student at a college in Cheras....

28/12/2011 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES

Mother and son busted

IPOH: A 73-YEAR-OLD woman and her son were arrested for repackaging methamphetamine into smaller quantities for sale to users. They are believed to have been in operating from their house in Ampang Baru new village here since October. Acting on information provided by the public, a team from the...

21/12/2011 | NEWS STRAITS TIMES/SUNDAY TIMES