The criminals in Abu Dhabi Police's custody.
The Abu Dhabi Police have arrested three Asians with 380 kilogrammes of hashish and 400,000 narcotic tablets in an operation called ‘Cross-border’ that dealt a heavy blow to dealers of these toxins.
Brigadier General Mohammed Suhail Al Rashidi, Director of Criminal Security Sector, praised the efforts of the anti-narcotic men and their keenness to follow watertight security measures that busted the operations of the gang, which was being run from outside the country.
Colonel Taher Gharib Al Dhaheri, Director of Anti-Narcotics Directorate in the Criminal Security Sector, Abu Dhabi Police, said a tip-off was received that a gang was seeking to peddle a quantity of narcotics. Accordingly, a security plan was set to nab the gang members red-handed.
The plan led to the arrest of the gang members and seizure of the narcotics from them, he said, noting that the suspects confessed to the charges levelled against them. Legal measures were initiated against them and they were referred to the judicial authorities.
The Abu Dhabi Police successfully thwarted a drug trafficking operation of 1.2 million pills that was carried out by a gang of seven Asians.
Abu Dhabi Police broadcast a video of a person who was victimised by receiving a fraudulent call, which resulted in the loss of money from his bank account.
According to investigations, a suspect who does not resides in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi used to come there only at the end of the week to supply the promoter with the drugs.
Abu Dhabi Police appealed to drivers not to leave children inside vehicles alone while shopping or for any other reason and endanger their lives as this is a crime punishable by law and everyone who proves negligent in such cases will be referred to the judicial authorities to take legal actions against them.
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