Sijunjung Police Arrest 7 Online Gambling Dealers 303
TOPKATA News – A day before the 77th anniversary of the Republic of Indonesia, the Sijunjung Resort Police (Polres) ranks, West Sumatra, again arrested and arrested seven online bookies with code 303
At the same time, he also arrested one non-online bookie in the Manih Lansek Area.
“All of the gamblers who were arrested were 12 people. 7 people are dealers and one person is a non-online gambler and the rest are gamblers,” said the Sijunjung Police Chief, Tuesday, August 16, 2022.
AKBP Muhammad Ikhwan Lazuardi, SH., S.IK., MH, accompanied by the Head of Criminal Investigation Unit, AKP Abdul Kadir Jailani, S.IK, and the Head of the Public Relations Subdivision of the Sijunjung Police, AKP Nasrul Ajo, said previously, the police also managed to round up a state civil apparatus. (ASN) in the Satpol PP section who is suspected of being a portergambling in Sijunjung a few weeks ago.
Now, the Sijunjung Resort Police (Polres), West Sumatra, under the command of AKBP Muhammad Ikhwan Lazuardi, SH., S.I.K., MH, have again succeeded in eliminating the practice of online gambling in the Manih Lansek area.
As many as 12 criminal suspects with code 303 were arrested in different places. The arrests of the 12 suspects are suspected of practicing online with code 303.
The arrests of the 12 suspects were arrested in four districts. Among them, five suspects were arrested in Kamang Baru District, five suspects in Koto VII District, one suspect in Lubuktarok and one suspect in Sijunjung District.
Regarding the sentence, said the police chief, the suspect was charged with Article 303 of the Criminal Code. “In Article 303, it is stated that a person or group of people who have been proven to have practiced gambling are threatened with 10 years in prison and a fine of Rp. 25 million,” added the police chief.
Worse yet, from the suspect, there is an unscrupulous head of jorong. The person is suspected of being suspected of non-Online gambling “Alik Domino”.
In addition to securing the suspects, the police also secured a number of evidence (BB) in the form of money, cellphones, savings books and several ATM cards (Eko).