Arunachal : Heroin Seized In Bomdila, 7 Held
First Published: 20th November, 2022 12:45 IST
Bomdila Police Station crackdowns on the free flow of illegal drugs in the state
Reported by Prem Chetry
Continuing the crackdown on the free flow of illegal drugs in the state, a team from Bomdila police station led by officer-in-charge, Inspector Krishnendu arrested at least seven drug peddlers, including a woman, on Saturday and recovered 15 grams of suspected Herion and 15 grams of processed cannabis from their possession.
The arrests were made following a request for police intervention by the parents of an addicted minor.
According to the officer in charge, the parents of a minor addicted to drugs sought the police’s help to rid their son of his drug addiction.
Accordingly, the officer in-charge, along with his team, took the lead in arresting a chain of seven peddlers, including a woman. The officer further informed that a case under the NDPS Act and the Juvenile Justice Act had been registered against the accused.
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