Indonesian police are searching for four foreign inmates who escaped prison on Bali by crawling through a narrow tunnel dug under the walls, the authorities said.
Stefani Anindia Hadi (25), was arrested at Ngurah Rai Airport last Thursday (08/06) whilst carrying 9,675 ecstasy pills that were wrapped in four large plastic bags, which she had hidden in her carry-on bag.
The crackdown on Bali’s so-called happy ending parlours continues, with massage parlours in Legian and Denpasar the latest to be raided, Indonesia Expat reported.
The police seized at least 19,000 ecstasy pills an estimated value of Rp 9.5 billion, or about $7 million at Akasaka, a popular nightclub in Denpasar, Bali, on Monday, The Jakarta Post reported.
A Peruvian on trial for ATM fraud who escaped from the Denpasar High Court while awaiting trial on Wednesday, May 16, 2017, was arrested by police in a hotel in Pekanbaru, Riau on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
Bali police wasted no time at all in responding to a suicide bombing at a bus terminal in Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta that killed three policemen.
A man on trial for allegedly stealing large sums of cash from an ATM on the Indonesian resort island of Bali fled from court Tuesday by climbing out of a toilet window, police said.
Police say the five would travel around South Bali late at night on motorcycle threatening and robbing their victims, often attacking their victims as gangs.
Starting from May 10 until May 22, Operasi Patuh Jaya 2017 will be held across Indonesia. The police operation targets traffic violators, and foreign tourists are not excluded.
Two men from the Island of Mudura are now in police custody after being caught by an angry crowd on Jalan Pantai Berawa in North Kuta and in downtown Denpasar after they snatched the handbag of a Czech Republic tourist, Aneta Tvrznikoba (27), on Friday, as quoted from Bali Discovery.