On the day of the incident, the defendant and his two other runaway accomplices had spotted the victim around 1:00am walking down the street at his residential area in Dubai.
The incident date back to last August, when the defendant decided to take advantage of the time when the victim was busy with her kids, and rob the place of whatever she can take.
An investigation into the incident had been ordered by the UAE Attorney General on Wednesday following an urgent report that was submitted by the Public Prosecution's federal investigation office.
Details of the incident indicate that the victim was peacefully driving his taxi at midnight, when he was stopped by the defendant who pretended to be a customer and asked to be dropped to a specific location.
Official records point out that the first defendant had arranged to smuggle the drugs into the country, and deliver it to the second defendant once he arrived. But luckily, customs officers suspected the travelling defendant who had hid 12 wraps of marijuana inside a plastic bag.
People caught disclosing without authorisation online confidential information obtained in the course of, or due to employment, can face jail and up to Dhs1 million in fines, warned the UAE's Public Prosecution.
Details of the case date back to an earlier time when the plaintiff filed a lawsuit demanding the defendant to pay him Dhs60,000 in compensation for the moral and material damages he suffered, indicating that the suspect insulted him in front of his colleagues.
Inspection officers of the Sea Customs Centre Management at Jebel Ali Port thwarted the illegal shipment thanks to coordination between different sections coupled with the use of the best technologies.
An Arab visitor has been referred to criminal court for forging passport stamps in to travel inside and outside of Dubai.