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Detention orders issued on Naval Officers caught with ‘ICE’

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Colombo, April 20 (Daily Mirror) - Following the apprehension of four individuals, including two Sri Lanka Navy Lieutenant Commanders, in possession of a significant quantity of crystal methamphetamine, commonly known as 'ICE,' the Hulftsdorp Magistrate’s Court issued detention orders on them. 

The order mandates the detention of the suspects till April 26 for further interrogation.

The arrests stem from a recent operation conducted by officers of the Mulleriyawa Police, who seized 510 grams of 'Ice' from the possession of the four individuals. 

The confiscated narcotics are valued at approximately Rs. 7.5 million.

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  Comments - 4

  • THE TRUTH Saturday, 20 April 2024 10:01 PM

    THE TAXPAYER MONEY TO STUDY, TRAINING, JOB AND SALARY TO PROTECT THE BORDER OF THE COUNTRY. WHAT THEY DID??????

    Punchi Sunday, 21 April 2024 06:35 AM

    When ever I ask for Whiskey and Ice, I get served Whiskey with a small tablet now I have to qualify saying whiskey with water Ice cubs

    Sokrates Sunday, 21 April 2024 09:17 AM

    The convicted torturer eliminated 4 competitors of his political puppet masters. It would be interesting to know how much bounty he gets from them per head.

    Gabriella Sunday, 21 April 2024 11:53 AM

    The Sri Lankan Navy is held in such high esteem that reading this article evokes the same emotions as the death of a close family member. What a disappointment.

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