BANDUNG - Directorate General of Customs and Excise KPPBC Type Madya Customs A Bandung again managed to uncover drug smuggling attempts type methamphetamine or crystal meth weighing 665 grams worth Rp1, 3 billion hidden by a suspect in a sanitary napkin through Husein Sastranegara Airport State Bandung.
The disclosure was done by Customs officers some time ago. The narcotics was taken by IFW (25), a woman who is an Indonesian citizen from Pekanbaru, Sumatra, after the suspect descended from the plane to Kuala Lumpur-Bandung.
Bandung Customs Chief Onny Yuar Hanantyoko said the disclosure stems from the results of pre-arrival analysis of Malindo Air flight route Kuala Lumpur-Bandung. The officer then saw the new IFW come down with suspicious movements.
"Based on the results of the examination found a white crystal powder suspected narcotics," said Onny told reporters in Bandung, Friday (13/4/2018).
Furthermore, the laboratory test to BPIB Jakarta. The result, the hidden crystalline powder was positively containing the class I drug in accordance with Law No. 35 of 2009 on Narcotics. "The perpetrators and the evidence submitted to the West Java Regional Police for further processing," he added.
On the disclosure, Customs managed to save approximately 4,655 people from the dangers of narcotics. IFW suspect was charged under Article 102 letter e Law number 17 of 2006 on Amendment of Law number 10 of 1995 concerning Customs, with the threat of punishment in the form of imprisonment of at least 1 year and maximum of 10 years, and a fine of at least Rp. 50 million and at most Rp. 5 billion.
In addition, the perpetrator is charged under Article 113 paragraph (2) of Law Number 35 Year 2009 concerning Narcotics, under threat of punishment in the form of capital punishment, life imprisonment or imprisonment of at least 5 years and maximum of 20 years and a fine of not more than Rp . 10 billion plus 1/3 of the most fine.
"This success is a real action Bandung Customs synergy with all members of the airport interdiction in an effort to combat the circulation of narcotics, psychotropic and illegal precursors in Indonesia to protect and save the public from abuse," he concluded. (Even)