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Bali Nightclub Owner Arrested For Possessing Over 35 KG Of Drugs

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A nightclub owner with the initials AAP has been arrested for possessing over 35 kg of crystal meth in Bali.

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The Head of Public Relations for the Bali Police Department, Kombes Pol Syamsi, confirmed that AAP has been arrested along with his 3 partners for drug trafficking in Bali. “These 4 drug dealers were arrested for drug trafficking and possessing a large amount of illegal substances,” Kombes Pol Syamsi said during a press conference on Monday (11/4).

The police first arrested two of his partners with the initials KMS and KS in front of a nightclub in Dhyana Pura, Seminyak on Friday (8/4) at 8:00 pm and seized a small package of meth from them.

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During the interrogation, both KMS and KS admitted that they had received the drugs from their partner AAP who runs a nightclub in Seminyak. The police arrested AAP from a villa in Kerobokan on the same day and found over 35 kg of crystal meth, 2 kg of marijuana, hundreds of ecstasy, and some packages of cocaine.

Meanwhile, AAP told the police that he had received the drugs from his friend with the initials KR.

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The police then arrested KR from his place in Jalan Pura Demak, Denpasar on Saturday morning (9/4) at 7:30 am. The police found 197 pills allegedly containing illegal substances behind a calendar at his home.

Kombes Pol Syamsi confirmed that the suspects are members of a community organization in Bali. All the suspects and evidence have been detained by the police as an investigation to uncover their syndicate is still underway.

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Wayan Bo

Thursday 14th of April 2022

Preparing for touristic season.

J West

Wednesday 13th of April 2022

Good work . Now, cane this evil mid level distributor every day until he rats on his supplier.

More rats

Tuesday 12th of April 2022

Explains how these scummy nightclubs can do whatever they want in Seminyak. No rules regarding noise regulations, no covid regulations or other laws apply to them. Lock up these criminals already.

Ble

Thursday 14th of April 2022

@Exp, I have moved 4 times due to noise from nightclubs and mosques. There is zero respect for neighbors well being and quiet living.

Exp

Wednesday 13th of April 2022

Not only Seminyak.

A nightclub started to operate in residential area 70m away from my villa in Sanur; trance music until 5am or later in the morning every day. Impossible to sleep and many unhappy neighbours. I complained via all possible ways to Lurah, Satpol PP Denpasar, Satpol PP Bali, Dinas Kesehatan Bali, etc. No improvements, so I gave up and moved on.

There is little respect for foreigner willing to invest / spending their cash here. This is why committing to long term rental or buying a villa is risky as formal laws and regulations often are superseded by social norms and hierarchy.

Nico Steeman

Monday 11th of April 2022

When may we come to Bali without tests (after 4 times vaccinated) no hotelvouchers (I stay by friends in theorie house) i.c. NO DEMANDS?

Wayan Bo

Thursday 14th of April 2022

@Nico Steeman, just recovered new Omicron mutations BA4 and BA5❗️❗️❗️

Osmo

Tuesday 12th of April 2022

@Nico Steeman, Nico are u like that staff What u talking about man ?

Kdawg

Tuesday 12th of April 2022

@Nico Steeman, might wanna come soon before the vaids kicks in

Wayan Brapa

Tuesday 12th of April 2022

@Nico Steeman, You can still catch and spread covid after vaccination. Having a cotton swab is a small price to pay to keep Balinese people safe.