KUALA LUMPUR: Eight members of the secret society, Geng 36, which is believed to be active in drug trafficking activities were detained in an operation, Ops Khas Narkotik around the city on Saturday.
Kuala Lumpur Narcotic CID chief ACP Wan Abdullah Ishak said four of the suspects aged between 20 and 30 were arrested on Sept 21 at a house in Cheras.
"Police seized various types of drugs including 938 grams of ganja, 476 grams of heroin and 25 grams of Methamphetamine.
"Also seized were a digital weighing scale, knife and RM3,000 cash," he told a media conference at the city police contingent headquarters Thursday.
He said police arrested the rest of the suspects aged between 30 and 34 at a house in Jalan Semarak at 6pm and seized various types of drugs believed to be Ketamine, Methamphetamine and Ecstacy pills.
"Police also found five samurai swords and six machetes in the living room as well as an air rifle in a cupboard," he said.
He said all the eight suspects possessed previous criminal records including detention under the Emergency Ordinance, and for murder and drug abuse. - Bernama