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    West Java Police Reveals the Alcoholic Drink Maker in Cicalengka

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    BANDUNG - West Java Police Chief Irjen Pol. Agung Budi Maryoto held a press conference related to the disclosure of alcohol abuse case which claimed dozens of lives in various regions in West Java on Thursday (12/4).

    West Java Regional Police has determined two people have been designated as a suspect with the initials JH and HM. While there are still 7 people who are in search status or DPO, the status of makers and dealers or agents.

    "alcoholic drink made in a bunker in a luxury house on Cicalengka-Garut Street Production made since around August 2017," he said.

    At home suspect By Pass Main Street No. 40 Bojong Hamlet Asih Cicalengka Wetan Village Cicalengka District Bandung Regency, found alcoholic drink ready for circulation as much as 224 boxes or 5,376 bottles of 600 milli liters of packaging. Also found the raw material makers include mineral water Minola as much as 115 boxes, redbell dye as much as 39 boxes or 468 small bottles, alcohol as much as 23 jerry cans 25 liters, energy powder Kuku Bima as much as 66 boxes and other materials.

    According to Police Chief, the average production per day is 10 boxes or 240 bottles which are sold for 270 thousand per box. After that, alcohol was distributed to four agents, Asep, who sells around the area of Nagreg, Willy who sells in Cibiru area, Roy sells near the railway Cicalengka and Julianto Silalahi who sell in By pass Cicalengka area.

    Based on reports that he received from the hospital, mentioned casualties in Bandung regency reached 145 people with 41 deaths. In Cicalengka hospital 103 people were treated and 31 people died, in  Majalaya hospital there were 60 patients treated and died 3 people, and in AMC Cileunyi hospital there were 16 victims treated and died 7 people. jo

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