THREE SINGAPOREAN CAUGHT TRAFFICKING 3.5KG OF HEROIN

Dear A.S.S. Editor

Three Singaporeans have been arrested by the CNB for drug trafficking, in a raid conducted at a Joo Chiat apartment by the CNB. The officers arrested the three Singaporeans, two men aged 43 and 44, and a 39-year-old woman from the apartment located at Ceylon Road.

CNB reported that a total of 3.5kg of heroin, 160g of Ice, 44g of cannabis, a small amount of Erimin-5 and ecstacy tablets, and a bottle of methadone were seized at the apartment. All the drugs have a combined street value of about S$265,270. CNB are still carrying out investigations against the alleged drug traffickers.

If convicted of trafficking more than 15g of pure heroin, the suspects face the death penalty.

Leonard Tay

A.S.S. Contributor

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