The Tembilahan District Prosecutor’s Office (Kejari) finally accepted the transfer of the drug dealer case who is a resident of Indragiri Hilir with the initials A.
When holding a press release at the Tembilahan Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday (7/10/2020), a number of evidence items that were successfully secured were shown.
The evidence shown is the cash of 50 Singapore dollars, 100 Singapore dollars, 50 Malaysian ringgit, 40 million rupiahs in cash, and money in the savings book totaling Rp1 billion.
The head of the Kejari of Indragiri Hilir, Rini Triningsih also explained, apart from the cash, A also has 3 fiberglass vessels, 4 wooden boats, 2 other types of ships, 9 units of cars, houses, land, 2-storey shop houses, gold bars and various kinds of jewelry.
“All these items were confiscated and used as evidence,” said Rini.
Rini also pointed out that the Indragiri Hilir Attorney General’s Office has received the submission of the stage II case file, namely the submission of the suspect and evidence of the narcotics predicate crime case of money laundering on behalf of A.
He said that he was a recidivist in a narcotics case in December 2016, the defendant was involved in the distribution of methamphetamine-type narcotics with a total weight of approximately 54,275 grams, ecstasy pills with a total weight of 10,408 grams or approximately 40,894 items.
“For his actions, the defendant was sentenced to 20 years in prison based on the Supreme Court’s decision,” said the Chief Prosecutor of Indragiri Hilir Rini Triningsih during a press release.
During his detention at the Cilegon prison, said Rini, the defendant Adam returned to trafficking narcotics in 2018.
“At the prison, the defendant again committed a narcotic transaction of the type of methamphetamine with a total of approximately 20,800 grams and 31,439 ecstasy pills with a total weight of approximately 10,223 grams. Also, transactions with his colleague SF were found to be 50 kilos of methamphetamine in 82 transactions with a value of more than 20 billion. , “he explained.
The defendant committed the drug transaction through several accounts using other people’s names.
“From the results of the narcotics trafficking transaction, the defendant bought items as mentioned above. The defendant also used a car rental and boat rental business, so that it seemed as if the results of the business were legitimate,” he said.