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6 Expats Detained For Breaking Into A Villa In Bali

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The immigration office has detained six foreign nationals for breaking into a villa in Pererenan.

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The Head of Intelligence and Prosecution of Denpasar Immigration Office, Yudhistira Yudha Permana, confirmed that a Russian national with the initials AD and five Moldovan citizens with the initials DD, AE, EE, DM, and E had been detained for breaking into a villa in Jalan Munduk Kedungu Pererenan and claiming that the property was theirs.

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“According to the report we received, the 6 foreign nationals broke into a villa belonging to a local and claimed that they get the property from god,” Yudhistira said on Wednesday (6/4).

These expats broke down the front door of the villa on Saturday (26/3) at 1:00 am. The owner spotted them and asked them to leave the property, but they were unfazed and refused to show their legal documents. The owner immediately reported the incident to the authorities.

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When authorities from the immigration and the police office arrived, all the expats were detained as they refused to cooperate with the officers.

“The suspects were proven to violate our laws and regulations and will face deportation,” Yudhistira concluded. All the suspects are kept at the immigration’s detention house in Jimbaran while waiting for their deportation.

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Randy

Tuesday 12th of April 2022

There are a lot of Russians in Bali keeping a low profile as they should be. It's hard to distinguish any other Eastern Europeans speaking more or less the same language. English is definitely not their first language.

These foreign criminals were probably drunk...this is a a lesson for other expats to behave and not to break the law as you would normally follow in your own country.

J West

Saturday 9th of April 2022

No money from home coming through? No surprise that they’ve turned to crime via gangsterism. Maybe it’s time to cancel the humanitarian visa extensions to a population that can’t spend.

Ketut

Friday 8th of April 2022

That would be worry everyone in Bali. Lock him up forever

Wayan Bo

Saturday 9th of April 2022

@Ketut, You mean in that property.

Lingus

Friday 8th of April 2022

Forget their initials, print their real names, oh a Russian in the mix... HOW SURPRISING. 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

Wayan Bo

Thursday 7th of April 2022

Very peculiar.