Two traffic policemen notorious for their misconduct who appeared on YouTube and became a viral sensation, have been sent to jail as part of the harsh sanctions against their wrongdoings.
A fugitive since 2009, Czech national Tomas Toman, a convicted murderer, was finally extradited to his country from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport early on Friday.
Schapelle Corby’s lack of compliance in prison is threatening to extend her sentence after jail governor Ngurah Wiratna appeared to publicly lose patience with her on Wednesday.
The following story is adapted from Kathryn Bonella’s new book, “Snowing in Bali,” for which she spent 18 months interviewing convicted drug criminals in Bali’s Kerobokan Prison.
Jon Hammar, the Marine veteran from South Florida detained for months in a Mexican border prison for bringing his great-grandfather’s shotgun into the country, was released Friday night in what his mother called a “Christmas miracle.”
Bali Police arrested two foreign residents after reportedly finding marijuana and crystal methamphetamine in their homes, police said.
The two women, were seen carrying an Indonesian flag, but on the white part, they wrote the name “Sebah” with drawings of two hearts, symbols of love.
Schapelle Corby has said she is “too scared” to get her hopes up despite Indonesia’s Justice and Human Rights Ministry recommending her jail sentence be slashed to allow her to return home within weeks.
Edward Norman Myatt, 54, was last night in custody after being stopped at Denpasar’s airport having flown in from Bangkok.
French citizen Keita Ep Toureh, 52, was caught in possession of 3.17 grams of cocaine by Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport customs officers on Saturday.