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‘Geng Aunty’ members detained over drug trafficking

 | May 18, 2017

Police have raided a beauty salon used for drug trafficking activities and arrested five 'Geng Aunty' members.

Abdul-Aziz-drugKUANTAN: Police uncovered drug dealers’ tactic of using a beauty salon in Taman Aman, Jalan Bukit Sekilau here for drug trafficking after the premises were raided on Tuesday.

Kuantan district police chief ACP Abdul Aziz Salleh said police arrested a married couple aged 55 and 53 years, the salon owner, 36, a man, 38, and a woman, 44, all of whom belong to “Geng Aunty”.

“Various types of drugs were found in the salon, including a silver packet and five translucent packets believed to contain heroin weighing 875.85g, 330 Erimin 5 pills and three small packets of syabu weighing 27.50g,” he said at a press conference at the Kuantan police headquarters here today.

Aziz said further investigation revealed that the group had been actively distributing the drugs, allegedly obtained from Kuala Lumpur, to customers in Kuantan, primarily in the fishing areas in Kamunting.

“All the suspects have criminal records related to drugs offences and tested positive for amphetamine. The couple are former detainees of the Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) (LLPK) in 2009 and 2012.”

He said the suspects were remanded for a week from yesterday to assist in investigations and the case was being investigated under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, which carries the mandatory death sentence upon conviction.


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