Life sentence for an Asian who tried to smuggle 125 capsules stuffed with heroin
The High Criminal Court sentenced an Asian smuggler to life imprisonment after he tried to smuggle 125 capsules of heroin into the city. However, the airport authorities were able to seize him before entering the country.
The accused had come to the Kingdom of Bahrain via Bahrain International Airport coming from Pakistan and when passing through the region The customs office suspected him of the first witness, so they searched him and did not find anything, and asked him about his possession of any prohibited items. He denied, but his features were confused, as the customs officer ordered him to be transferred to a device room X-rays were shown to him, and it was noticed that there were circular shapes inside his bowels, which were suspected to be narcotic capsules, so he was transferred to an office Drug Enforcement Administration
Upon questioning the accused, he admitted swallowing capsules containing narcotic substances, intending to smuggle them to the Kingdom of Bahrain, and accordingly he was transferred To Salmaniya Hospital, the accused lowered the capsules in batches while observing the process of lowering the capsules until the total number of The capsules are 125 capsules, and by conducting investigations by the Drug Enforcement Administration, it was found that the accused was working within A network that brings narcotic substances to the Kingdom of Bahrain with the intention of trafficking, and the role of the accused is to transport narcotic substances in the Kingdom His intestines were swallowed, and by laboratory examination it was proven that they contained heroin and methamphetamine, and by examining his eyes, his urine was confirmed. It contains cannabis and diazepam.
The Public Prosecution charged the accused with bringing and possessing the narcotic substance heroin and the psychotropic substance methamphetamine with the intention of trafficking in it. Other than the conditions authorized by law, he also obtained the narcotic substance hashish and the psychotropic drug diazepam with the intention of using In cases other than those authorized by law.
10 years in prison for a marijuana dealer
The Supreme Court of Appeal upheld a 10-year prison sentence for an Asian for marijuana trafficking, and the court fined him $5,000 Dinar and ordered his deportation from the country after carrying out the sentence.
The beginning of the incident was when the security authorities received information stating that the accused had arranged and participated in the sale of narcotic substances. Investigations confirmed the validity of the information, and the accused was reached through a secret source, and the relationship with him was strengthened and he agreed With him to buy narcotics (marijuana) 150 dinars, and it was agreed to deliver it in Isa Town, and it took place The crime is in full view of the policemen.
The accused was seized with the photographed amount, and force was used to control him and go to his residence. By searching him, security forces found The security guard found a quantity of the narcotic plant inside a carton box, and when asked about the source of the narcotics, he stated that he had received it From different places to be determined in agreement with another, and the accused admitted that he recognized another contacted him Some time ago, to ask him to sell a quantity of narcotic substances, and to specify for him the places to receive the narcotic substances and the people to whom They will receive the proceeds of the sale in exchange for a commission for it.
The Public Prosecution assigned him that in the year 2023 in the Capital Governorate Department, he submitted in exchange for the narcotic substance marijuana in an illegal manner. The conditions authorized by law, as shown in the papers The narcotic drug marijuana with intent to use, and for these reasons the court ruled the accused to be imprisoned for 10 years and fined 5,000 dinars, confiscating the seized items, and ordering his deportation from the country after carrying out the sentence, and the Court of Appeal upheld the sentence.
Imprisonment of those accused of smuggling drugs with a shipment of potatoes.. and chasing fugitives abroad
The head of the Drug Crimes Unit stated that the Public Prosecution Office has launched an investigation into the incident of thwarting customs officers The sea ports attempt to smuggle narcotic substances hidden inside a shipment of potatoes, as soon as they receive the notification. It moved and conducted an inspection of the seized shipment and narcotic materials, while the specialized experts were assigned to examine it, which consisted of 22. 250 kilograms of hashish and 11,150 kilograms of narcotic drugs, and the six defendants were also interrogated. The Asians who were arrested based on the results of the investigations that they planned to smuggle and enter these materials To the country with the intention of promoting and trading in it, in association with other suspects abroad, and I have ordered them to be imprisoned Reserved pending investigation.
It also delegated specialists to examine the phones of the accused and dump their content in order to monitor and identify the communications that the accused made among themselves. To carry out their plan to commit the crime. Investigations are still ongoing to determine the scope of criminal responsibility and to prosecute the accused who are abroad.
The Sea Ports Customs Administration had thwarted the smuggling operation, as the Anti-Narcotics Department was informed of the administration The General Directorate of Investigation and Criminal Evidence, which formed a security team, went to the site and initiated security and legal procedures The necessary evidence, while physical evidence proved the presence of more than 33 kilograms of narcotic hashish and marijuana. Its market value is estimated at about 700,000 dinars, inside the potato shipment.
The search and investigation work undertaken to uncover the circumstances of the case resulted in the identification of the owner of the importing company The shipment is "Asian, outside Bahrain", as well as a number of intermediaries involved in the smuggling process and clearing procedures And transfer the shipment to the stores of a commercial store.
Six suspects involved in the case have been arrested (most of whom hold the nationality of the country they came from The shipment), including the brother of the owner of the importing company, and middlemen in the smuggling process, while the search and investigation work continues To arrest two others “outside the country”, the General Department of Investigation and Criminal Evidence took legal action and refer the case to the Public Prosecution.
Accepting an offer of 400,000 rupees in return for transporting drugs in his bowels leads an Asian to trial
The first major criminal court started the trial of a 30-year-old Asian who tried to smuggle 97 capsules stuffed with methamphetamine. inside his bowels, but the airport authorities were able to seize him before entering the country.
The accused had come to the Kingdom of Bahrain via Bahrain International Airport coming from Pakistan, and when passing through the region The customs office suspected him of the first witness, and accordingly they searched him and did not find anything, and by asking him about his possession He denied any prohibitions, except that his features were confused, as the customs officer ordered him to be transferred to a X-ray room, and it was shown to him that there were circular shapes inside his intestines, which were suspected to be anesthetic capsules. He was transferred to the Drug Enforcement Administration office.
Upon questioning the accused, he admitted swallowing capsules containing narcotic substances, intending to smuggle them to the Kingdom of Bahrain. He was transferred to the Ministry of Interior Hospital, and the accused lowered a number of capsules in batches while monitoring an operation Drop the capsules, until the total number of capsules is 97.
And by conducting investigations by the Drug Enforcement Administration, it was found that the accused works within a network that brings narcotics To the Kingdom of Bahrain with the intention of trafficking, and the role of the accused is to transport narcotic substances in his bowels by swallowing. And by examining it in a laboratory, it was proven that it contained heroin and the effect of methamphetamine, and by examining a sample of his urine, it was proven that it contained a drug. Hashish and diazepam influencer, as he admitted to accepting the offer to transport the drug to the Kingdom in return for 400,000 rupees. and tickets.