Singapore's Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) said that it has arrested 110 suspected drug offenders in an 11-day islandwide operation. The authorities said in a press release on Thursday that they have also seized about 737g of heroin, 667g of cannabis, 356g of 'Ice', 242 Erimin-5 tablets, 230 'Ecstasy' tablets, 30g of synthetic cannabis, one LSD stamp and a small amount of cocaine.
This island-wide operation was led by CNB and supported by Singapore Police Force officers across all six Police land divisions. The operation covered areas such as Beach Road, Bukit Merah, Choa Chu Kang, Geylang, Ghim Moh, Joo Chiat, Redhill, River Valley, Sembawang and Toa Payoh.
According to the authorities, the entire haul of drugs was estimated to be worth more than S$128,000. As part of the island-wide operation, enforcement action against several public entertainment outlets in the Selegie and Clarke Quay area was conducted.
The authorities have conducted enforcement action against several public entertainment outlets in the Selegie and Clarke Quay area. Twenty people were arrested for suspected drug-related offences.
CNB said that they are still investigating the drug activities of all the arrested persons.