33 illegal moneylenders land up in jail under Poca

33 unlawful moneylenders or Ah Long have been put under the Prevention of Crime Act (Poca) in Johor since January.

Johor police boss Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the criminal examination division (CID) had completed 168 examinations concerning Ah Long exercises, including 123 instances of sprinkling paint and 45 instances of throwing Molotov cocktails.The office captured 45 people from 12 Ah Long organizations, and 33 of them were put under Poca – seven kept and 26 submitted under reconnaissance requests.

On a different matter, Ayob Khan said the Johor D7 division and Batu Pahat CID directed assaults at two premises in Bukit Pasir and Taman Banang, Batu Pahat, on Sept 6.

They captured four Malaysians matured somewhere in the range of 23 and 36 for supposedly being associated with an unlawful credit syndicate.Three of them had criminal records for betting and inclusion in Ah Long organizations.

Police additionally seized around 100 telephone cards, 21 cell phones, 18 ATM cards, five PCs and six pen drives.The division captured 45 people from 12 Ah Long organizations, and 33 of them were set under Poca – seven kept and 26 put in under observation requests.

On a different matter, Ayob Khan said the Johor D7 division and Batu Pahat CID directed attacks at two premises in Bukit Pasir and Taman Banang, Batu Pahat, on Sept 6.

They captured four Malaysians matured somewhere in the range of 23 and 36 for purportedly being associated with an unlawful credit syndicate.Three of them had criminal records for betting and inclusion in Ah Long organizations.

Police likewise seized around 100 telephone cards, 21 cell phones, 18 ATM cards, five PCs and six pen drives.

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