Thimphu police arrested two men in connection with the possession of illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs
Thimphu police have arrested two people in connection with the possession of illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances this month.
A suspect 30 years from Tsirang Dzongkhag is doing business in Thimphu. He was arrested on 1st October by Thimphu Police intercepted and recovered a huge cache of illicit drugs (15,216 capsules of Spasmoproxyvon Plus) from his possession.
Police official said that it was ceased from his in-laws house in Chubachu and some are from his house at Olakha. The raid was based on tip off.
As per the police investigation, the source is from India. So the police are carrying further investigation.
According to the police, the suspect had also confessed to the crime that the drugs were sent to him from dealer based in India.
Police could make one of the largest seizures this year, said police official. The suspect is under detention and the case is still under investigation. But while doing the drug test, the police official said that the suspect had also tested positive for abuse of Spasmoproxyvon Plus.
Similarly, through tip off, Thimphu police again arrested a 21 years old man from Bumthang on 4th October in possession of illicit trafficking of 216.02 grams of marijuana hashish from his bag pack hidden in the apartment of his friend place at Olakha.
The suspect is a school dropout and was brought from Bumthang. Police official said that the suspect had tested negative for drugs.
Another 22 years old man from Punakha Dzongkhag had found red handed by the Thimphu Police on 3rd October 2017, while police are on patrolling at Olakha side around 11.30 pm.
Police official said that the team of police came across man doing auto stripping but in a process of investigating, the suspect had escaped away.
However, he was ar- rested last Friday and the case is under investigation. The suspect was a truck driver. Police official said that while escaping, the suspect left his mobile phone at the scene. Through mobile phone, police could tract his status and came to know that the suspect is a truck driver.