Picture courtesy of Phuket Provincial Police

Phuket’s Provincial Crime Suppression Division managed to apprehend a 38 yr outdated man in the bustling space of Phuket Town, following a discovery of a big quantity of narcotics on his individual.

Recognized as Bunma “Golf” Chimmala, a resident of Ratsada, he was discovered in possession of 4,500 methamphetamine tablets, also called Yabah, and 265.2 grammes of crystal meth, colloquially known as ya ice.

The arrest came about on the colourful Soi 6 Kra Highway, situated in the Talat Yai area of Phuket Town, on February 15. The officers reported {that a} subsequent search was performed in a neighbouring home located on Soi 8 Kra Highway, which led to the unearthing of the stated narcotics.

The officers’ vigilant search not solely led to the invention of those illicit substances but in addition yielded a number of different gadgets. Two packages of clear plastic baggage had been discovered, most certainly meant for the distribution of the medicine. A digital weighing scale, sometimes used to measure the amount of narcotics, was additionally among the many seized gadgets.

Along with these drug-related equipment, the officers additionally confiscated a cell phone, which might probably comprise additional proof or clues about his illicit actions. One other notable merchandise that was seized in the course of the raid was a Honda Scoopy motorcycle, valued at roughly 60,000 baht (US$1,662), reported Phuket Information.

Following the arrest, Bunma was escorted to the Phuket Metropolis Police Station. The fees levelled towards him are fairly grave, reflecting the burden of his alleged crimes. He has been charged with unlawful possession of a Class 1 narcotic with the intent to promote, and unlawful use of a Class 1 narcotic, confirmed the police.

In associated information, authorities in Roi Et province arrested a 78 yr outdated disabled Thai girl for drug trafficking, seizing 151 methamphetamine tablets as a part of a Valentine’s Day crackdown. She confessed to promoting medicine for her livelihood.

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