The destruction of Evidence includes 107.55 grams of methamphetamine, 5.5 grams of marijuana, 45 ecstasy pills, 319 boxes of illegal cigarettes and 15 slippers, cellphones and sharp weapons.
In his remarks, Head of the Tembilahan District Prosecutor’s Office, Susilo, said that this activity of destroying evidence is routinely carried out as part of vigilance and prudence in safeguarding and storing evidence in order to avoid misuse of lost or damaged evidence.
“This evidence has permanent legal force,” said K Guru.
He said that the Indragiri Hilir area has a high level of vulnerability due to the existence of a fairly high crime, such as the possession of narcotics which is a prominent case in Indragiri Hilir and the most prominent cases are drugs ranging from teenagers to the elderly.
Meanwhile, the Regent of Indragiri Hilir, who was represented by Assistant I, was destroying evidence that had permanent legal force, so on behalf of the Indragiri Hilir Regency Government, he greatly appreciated and appreciated the Kejari.
“This evidence should be damaged and buried so that it cannot be reused. I hope that cooperation with related parties will be increased and synergized in eliminating the circulation of illegal and dangerous goods in society,” he added.