SINGAPORE: The Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) said it disrupted drug trafficking activities involving local and overseas drug traffickers on Monday.
Three men and a woman were arrested.
Some S$190,000 worth of drugs were seized.
The first operation was launched in the Eunos—Bedok area.
A Singaporean man and a Malaysian man, believed to be running a drug—distribution syndicate, were arrested.
Drugs found on the Singaporean include ketamine, Ice and heroin.
At the same time, CNB officers recovered a variety of drugs and drug trafficking paraphernalia such as digital weighing scales and plastic bags from another Singaporean at Kembangan.
He was accompanied by a Vietnamese woman.
Later in the night, drugs like Ecstasy tablets, Ice, and cannabis were also seized from a flat in Choa Chu Kang.
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