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Grandma among 17 individuals being nabbed at a Drug-Infused Party in KL

The police had arrested 17 individuals including a grandmother following a raid at a luxury apartment along Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.

According to Malaysia Gazette, the raid was carried out by the City Narcotic Crime Investigation Department at 11.55 p.m. on Thursday (2 September).

The Department’s Chief, Asst Comm Sahar Abd Latif said the police have arrested 8 males and 9 females, aged between 13 to 54, and have found 10.73g of ecstasy and 2.88g of ketamine worth RM864.

He added that the initial investigation found that the organiser of the drug-infused party was a 23 year-old woman, and it was her birthday party.

“We found that among the those who attended the party include a 13 year-old student and his brother.”

“Besides that, one of the party-goer is a 54 year-old woman who has two grandchildren.” he said in a statement.

Source: Malaysia Gazette

In addition, he said urine tests were conducted and four men and four women tested positive for methamphetamines and ketamine.

Shar added that the police have seized an access card to the premises, one amplifier and a laser light unit in the raid.

He said the further investigations revealed the organiser paid RM350 a day to rent the premises and had not charged the party-goers an entrance fee.

“We issued RM2,000 compound notices to all the partygoers under Rule 17(1) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Regulations.”

“The owner of the premise and the organiser can also face action under Section 13(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 which carries a maximum RM10,000 fine and five years jail or both upon conviction.” he said, adding that they will take such immoral and illicit activities seriously.

Sahar also gave stern warning to the public to refrain from such activities or face the consequences from the law.

Meanwhile, he also urged the management of hotels, service apartments and condominiums to tip-off the police of such activities in the future.

Those with information on such activities can contact the police hotline at 03-2115 9999 or the nearest police station.

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