Stimulant Approximately 20 kg Smuggling hidden in carry-on baggage or arrested 6 people November 13, 17:37
Six people were arrested by the Kanagawa Prefectural Police after finding out that about 20 kg of stimulants and about 1.3 billion yen at the terminal price were smuggled from Mexico by a technique called "hand carry" that is hidden in baggage and brought into the passenger plane. I did.
According to police, in September, at Narita Airport, about 20 kg of stimulants and a terminal price of about 1.28 billion yen were found in eight suitcases on a passenger plane arriving from Mexico.
The suitcases were brought on board by four men and women on a passenger plane as baggage, and police arrested them on the spot on suspicion of violating the Stimulant Drug Control Law and investigated them for the purpose of selling them domestically. It was.
As a result, Naoshi Noto (50), a corporate officer in Minami-ku, Yokohama, and Kazu Terahara (52), a self-proclaimed interior decorator in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, suspected that they had ordered smuggling to four people. By the day, he was arrested on suspicion of violating the Stimulant Drug Control Law.
It is a technique called "hand carry" that is hidden in baggage and brought into passenger aircraft, and the amount of stimulants smuggled at one time is the largest among those caught in Japan.
Police have not disclosed the approval or disapproval of the six, saying they would interfere with the investigation.