Officers conducted a raid at the home of a 34 year old IT Technician of Nakasi yesterday where two clear plastics containing white crystals believed to be methamphetamine were found.
The raid was a result of information received from the public. The suspect remains in custody as investigators await the analysis results.
Meanwhile several arrests were made in the Southern Division yesterday as officers continue to receive support on the current efforts on the war on drugs.
A 25 year old man of Vatuwaqa was arrested following a raid at his house where officers discovered plot plants containing plants believed to be marijuana, while a 37 year old bowser attendant at Kinoya was also arrested after he was found with sachets of dried leaves wrapped with aluminum foil also believed to be marijuana and more than $600 cash.
Officers also raided a house in Valelevu and seized a clear plastic containing dried leaves, and bottles containing more than 100 sachets of dried leaves believed to be marijuana. The owner of the house is in custody awaiting test result.
In Nadi a house belonging to a 50 year old woman was raided at Waikamu Sub Division where officers discovered a plastic containing more than 120 sachets of dried leaves believed to be marijuana. Also arrested was a 27year old man. Both are in custody awaiting the analysis result.
In Nakorotubu, Ra a 49 year old man was arrested following a raid at his farm where more than 200 plants believed to be marijuana were uprooted following a tip off from members of the public. The suspect is in police custody.
Two men both aged 45 years were also arrested from V.M Pillay Road in Lautoka after they were allegedly found with more than 20 sachets of dried leaves believed to be marijuana.
In the Northern Division, a team of officers raided a farm belonging to a 26 year old man of Vuniyasawa village and found buckets of green plants believed to be marijuana. The suspect is yet to be interviewed and plants will be sent for analysis.