Jobless man remanded for drugs
By:Allan Jay

BAU: An unemployed man was arrested for possessing drugs in a house at Jalan Krokong, Kampung Bidi here on Tuesday (Aug 18).

District police chief DSP Poge Nyaon told that a team from Bau Narcotics Crime Investigation Division (NCID) raided the house around 12pm.

“The team came across the 22-year-old man inside and police found in his possession a transparent packet containing crystalline drugs suspected to be syabu.

“The item weighing at 0.30g with a street value of RM50, was seized as evidence,” he said in a statement.

Poge added that the man, who has no criminal record, was tested positive for drugs.

The man will be remanded to facilitate investigations under Section 12 (2) and Section 15(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

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