International drug ring busted in Thailand: NCB seizes 100kg of narcotics, 3 arrested

A main worldwide drug bust took place in Thailand yesterday with greater than one hundred kilogrammes of narcotics intercepted, and a bunch of suspects from three nations arrested, the Narcotics Control Board (NCB) reported.
NCB secretary-general Wichai Chaimongkhon said that Thai authorities received an anonymous tip-off on Tuesday a couple of heroin shipment heading from Thailand to Australia.
Collaborating with a joint process force, the NCB efficiently seized 80 bricks of heroin, weighing a total of 29.6kg. The cache had been hidden inside plastic resin and was set to be shipped out of a warehouse within the Bung Kum district of Bangkok.
During the raid, the police arrested Kanda Kanthong, a 34 year old girl from Songkhla. She allegedly confessed to being employed by Leung Ka Wing, a 63 yr previous Malaysian man, Bangkok Post reported.
The Malaysian suspect was later apprehended at a petroleum station on Rama III Road, where authorities discovered an extra three.3kg of methamphetamine encased in resin within his automobile. Jai Lhu, a 36 year old Thai national, was additionally arrested on the scene.
Following the interrogation of the suspects, Thai authorities located another gang member, Kai Cheong Chan, a sixty two year old man from Hong Kong. He was discovered in his condo in Yannawa district, Bangkok, with 29.9kg of methamphetamine and sixty three.4kg of heroin in his possession.
The Narcotics Suppression Bureau teamed up with Australian police to hint the supposed destination of the drugs. This led them to a Thai-Australian living in Australia, and they are presently engaged on apprehending the individual.
This news follows one other story that broke yesterday about an Australian drug vendor. The head of a South Australian drug-trafficking community was sentenced to nearly 20 years in jail.
Try before you buy , the alleged drug lord, was sentenced yesterday within the District Court for drug charges courting again to 2006..

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