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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

200 Kilos of Ketamine Seized in Nonthaburi Warehouse; Drugs Destined for Taiwan

The bust came after a tip from the Taiwan authorities.

When: December 16th, 2020

Where: Nonthaburi

Perpetrators: Ms. Saowapa, 29

Victims: Special-K heads

What: Anti-narcotics officers raided a warehouse Nonthaburi and seized more than 200 kilograms of ketamine that were tucked away in sacks of tapioca flour ready to be exported to Taiwan.

The person who rented the warehouse, Ms. Saowapa, 29, was arrested due to leads that came from the cooperation of the Taiwan Drug Enforcement Administration. Ms. Saowapa admitted that she was responsible for the storage and transportation of the ketamine seized.

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My take: This is a rapidly developing story that adds a whole lot more character and raises a lot more questions regarding the big ketamine bust that wasn’t in November in Chachoengsao. We will track these big ketamine busts closely, because they all seem to be traced back to efforts by the Taiwanese officials who are informing Thai law enforcement about the smuggling network.

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Source: https://www.sanook.com/news/8316858/

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