BNN incovers drug trafficking controlled from prison


MADURA EXPOSE–The National Narcotics Agency (BNN) has revealed a drug trafficking syndicate controlled from the Cirebon Correctional Institution in West Java, and held an inmate suspect named Asanudin.

“The BNN held the suspect, Asanudin from the Cirebon Correctional Institution on Saturday (April 2), after coordinating with prison officials,” BNN Deputy for illegal drug elimination Brig. Gen Arman Depari told Antara News Agency here on Sunday.

During the arrest of Asanudin, BNN officials seized a methamphetamine suction tool and a cellular phone the suspect used to control a drug courier, suspect Ahmad Fadillah, he said.

“The test conducted on Asanudin’s urine show positive result. It contained methamphetamine and amphetamine,” Arman said.

The disclosure of the Cirebon prison drug ring started with the arrest of suspect Ahamd Fadilah at Hotel FM 1 Boutiq, West Jakarta, on Wednesday, March 30. Officials confiscated narcotics of the methamphetamine type weighing 10.22 gram.

“The officials then conducted a raid on Ahmad’s house in the Sunter area where they found 96 grams of methamphetamine in eight packs. There were also 20 ecstasy pills and 245 grams of ganja in five packs,” Arman said.

Ahmad admitted to be the courier of Asanudin who controlled the drug trafficking from the Cirebon Correctional Institution, he said.

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