Showing posts with label heroine. Show all posts
Showing posts with label heroine. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Sri Lanka police narcotic bureau officials under threat following arrest of a drug dealer

Sri Lanka media reported that the police narcotic bureau officials that arrested a large haul of heroine yesterday are under death threats.

Bureau director J.P.U. Jayasinghe and the officials in the squad that conducted the raid to confiscate the seven kilo heroine stock that was hidden in a house in Rajagiriya are under threat, local media said.
Police sources say the narcotic investigators are on the hunt of a person named Thotalanga Japan Chooti who is believed the king pin of Colombo drug scandals.

The suspect is in the protection of a powerful politician of Colombo district and even uses a vehicle belonged to the politico, sources say.

Police recently arrested a wealthy person known as Lalithra whose statements led to the recovery of the heroine stock. Media reported that the said politician attempted to get the man released before the suspect himself showed police the safe house where heroine was hidden yesterday.

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Monday, June 13, 2011

Colombo drug dealer arrested; close associate of government MP

Sri Lanka police arrested a person believed the main distributor of heroine in Colombo city.

Police also found a stock of over seven kilos heroine worth of Rs. 40 million in the man's custody.

A woman associate and a luxury vehicle belonged to him was also taken into custody. She was the custodian of a safe house where heroine was stocked.

The suspect is known as Lalithra. He is believed a close associate of a government MP of Colombo district.

Police say the MP tried hard to get the suspect released from police custody.

Police said the suspect had imported heroine directly from Pakistan and sold in Sri Lanka.

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