The Chronology of the Adang Police of the North Sulawesi Police and the Failing of the Smuggling of Cap Tikus to West Papua

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The Chronology of the Adang Police of the North Sulawesi Police and the Failing of the Smuggling of Cap Tikus to West Papua – Police officers thwarted the delivery of illegal liquor (miras) type rat stamp from North Sulawesi to various regions. This time, thousands of liters of rat stamp that were to be sent to West Papua were successfully secured by the personnel of the North Sulawesi Regional Police.

The Chronology of the Adang Police of the North Sulawesi Police and the Failing of the Smuggling of Cap Tikus to West Papua

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mobilemondaybelfast – The alcohol was seized when it was transported using two cars, namely trucks and pickups to the Port of Basaan Village, Ratatotok District, Southeast Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Monday (15/2/2021), at around 01.20 WITA.

The police detained the two cars as they crossed the Jalan Raya Belang-Ratatotok section of Borgo Village, Belang District, Southeast Minahasa Regency.

“The disclosure of this case cannot be separated from public information,” said Head of Public Relations of the North Sulawesi Police, Kombes Pol Julest Abast, Thursday (18/2/2021).

Abas said the community informed that in the early hours of the morning there would be trucks and pickups carrying rat marks to Basaan Port, which would then be sent to Manokwari, West Papua by boat. Based on this information, the field team of Subdit 3 Ditresnarkoba Polda North Sulawesi immediately conducted an investigation.

Sure enough, the team found two suspicious cars that were covered in a tarp on their way to the port. The team then pursued and intercepted.

8.280 Liter Cap Tikus

The two cars being intercepted were a brown Hino truck with the police number DB 8076 QE driven by a man with the initials RS, and a black pickup truck DB 8095 LA driven by a man with the initials RM.

“When examined, the trucks found 363 jerry cans containing about 7,260 liters of rat stamp. Then in the pickup truck found 51 jerry cans containing about 1,020 liters. So that in total, 414 jerry cans with a total content of about 8,280 liters of rat stamp, “said Abast accompanied by the North Sulawesi Police’s Dirresnarkoba, Kombes Pol, Indra Lutrianto Amstono.

Evidence of the vehicle, cargo and driver was then secured at the North Sulawesi Police Headquarters for questioning. The rat stamp belongs to a man with the initials UG alias M (28), a resident of Silian Dua Village, Silian Raya District, Southeast Minahasa Regency, which is planned to be sent to a man with the initials O in Manokwari, West Papua.

Amstono added, his party and its ranks will continue to follow up on the attention of the North Sulawesi Regional Police regarding the eradication of the circulation of alcohol without permission because it has greatly troubled the community.

“We know that in the North Sulawesi region the highest crime is persecution, one of which is caused by the influence of alcohol,” said Amstono.

The owner of the alcohol has been named a suspect. The North Sulawesi Police Ditresnarkoba is still developing an investigation into this case.

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