S’porean boy, 15, investigated for dealing drugs to 14-year-old S'porean girl

Another three individuals were arrested with varying amounts of drugs in their possessions in Yishun Avenue 11 and Street 81.

Jeanette Tan| November 22, 02:31 PM

A 14-year-old female suspected drug abuser and a 15-year-old male suspected drug trafficker were among 70 individuals arrested by Central Narcotics Bureau officers this week.

The suspected teen trafficker is being investigated for selling "Ice" to the 14-year-old suspected abuser, CNB said in a press release on Friday.

No further details were provided regarding the two Singaporean teens, although the areas covered in the enforcement operation included Telok Blangah, Bedok, Choa Chu Kang, Tampines and Yishun.

A further two cases of drug abuse were reported in Yishun:

22-year-old female, 32-year-old male with smoking paraphernalia in Yishun flat

Two Singaporean suspected drug abusers were found with about 100g of "Ice", an Ecstasy tablet and green powdery substances suspected to contain controlled drugs, the CNB said.

In their Yishun Avenue 11 flat, officers also found drug-abuse-related items like a digital weighing scale and "numerous drug smoking apparatuses".

'ice' drug packets found in Yishun flat Photo courtesy of CNB

S'porean suspected drug abuser drove van carrying 580g of 'Ice' from Yishun to Mandai

In another case, a 29-year-old Singaporean was arrested after CNB officers intercepted his van along Mandai Road, after he had driven it from a block in the vicinity of Yishun Street 81.

Inside his van, officers found about 580g of "Ice" as well as a digital weighing scale and a drug-taking utensil.

bags of 'ice' packets seized by CNB Photo courtesy of CNB

CNB says investigations are ongoing into all 70 individuals, and that the 704g of "Ice" seized is enough to feed more than 400 drug abusers for a week.

Top photo courtesy of CNB


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