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RM3.3mil syabu bust

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police scored their biggest drug bust of the year when they seized RM3.3mil worth of syabu, smuggled in by a drug addict at the low-cost carrier terminal here. They also detained the 31-year-old man, a plumber, who is months away from completing his supervision for being a drug...

14/12/2011 | THE STAR

Cops seize RM14mil in syabu and arrest five

Police have crippled what is believed to be one of the biggest international drug syndicates in the country with the seizure of RM14mil worth of syabu and the arrest of five foreigners. Eleven sacks of the drugs, weighing a total of 72.1kg, were placed among 240 sacks of bentonite or clay powder in...

13/12/2011 | THE STAR

Couple bringing in drugs nabbed at airport

A Malaysian couple, who tried to smuggle in 10kg of ketamine into Sabah by hiding it under a pile of clothes placed in a secret compartment of their bags, have been caught by the state’s Customs officers. They were detained after the officers searched their luggage upon their return from Hong Kong...

13/12/2011 | THE STAR

Cops seize RM14mil in syabu and arrest five

GEORGE TOWN: Police have crippled what is believed to be one of the biggest international drug syndicates in the country with the seizure of RM14mil worth of syabu and the arrest of five foreigners. Eleven sacks of the drugs, weighing a total of 72.1kg, were placed among 240 sacks of bentonite or c...

13/12/2011 | THE STAR

Couple bringing in drugs nabbed at airport

KOTA KINABALU: A Malaysian couple, who tried to smuggle in 10kg of ketamine into Sabah by hiding it under a pile of clothes placed in a secret compartment of their bags, have been caught by the state’s Customs officers. They were detained after the officers searched their luggage upon their return...

13/12/2011 | THE STAR

Drug syndicates using mules from more countries

SEPANG: Alert Customs officers have nabbed three foreigners, including a woman, who entered the country for the first time bringing drugs hidden in their luggage. The three from Sierra Leone, Sweden and Republic of Azerbaijan were detained separately between Nov 20 and Dec 6 when Customs officers d...

08/12/2011 | THE STAR

Five drug mule recruiters nabbed

KUALA LUMPUR: A 21-year-old woman who led a flamboyant life by recruiting drug mules for a syndicate with international links has been nabbed along with four Nigerians here. The woman and the foreigners, in their 20s and 30s and believed to be students of a private college, were picked up at an apa...

08/12/2011 | THE STAR

Three nabbed over car thefts

A syndicate specialising in stealing Proton Waja models was crippled by police with the arrest of three suspects including a disabled man. The mastermind – high on the police wanted list – and an accomplice were detained following a high-speed chase along Jalan Kolej at about 2.30am on Monday. The...

25/11/2011 | THE STAR

About 10,000 sought help for drug addiction

About 10,000 Malaysians with addiction problems have sought help, the National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) said. AADK director-general Puan Sri Zuraidah Mohamed said from July 7 last year to Nov 17 this year, 9,595 people had voluntarily applied for the 1Malaysia Cure & Care clinic’s drug treatment and...

25/11/2011 | THE STAR

Three million 1Malaysia Squad volunteers ready to

About three million volunteers from the National Anti-Drugs Agency (AADK) and various agencies under the Home Ministry have been roped in to fight drug abuse in the country. Home Minister Datuk Seri Hisham-muddin Hussein said the team, known as the 1Malaysia Squad, would offer treatment to addicts...

05/07/2011 | THE STAR