Huge Drug Racket Unveiled

RCMPIt has been reported by the Strathcona RCMP that they have unveiled a major drug-trafficking operation. This discovery follows after the arrest of five people and seizure of nearly 20 kilograms of marijuana.

The arrests were also accompanied by searches of a rural home in Lamont County, a business in south Edmonton and three vehicles.

Nine Month Term in Jail for Imposter in Sentosa

LawA 53 year old man has been sentenced to a nine month jail term, after he used his cabby brother's driving license to seek entry into a Casino in Sentosa.

The imposter, Loo Siew Wan posed as Loh Siow Kok paid a 100$tax on February 21, to enter the Resorts World Sentosa Casino, as his entry into the gambling casinos, had been prohibited.

Scammer Jailed After Stealing $452k From Boss

Scammer Jailed After Stealing $452k From BossIt has been reported that a woman named Jacqueline Louise de Berri, who lives in Christchurch, has been conned out of almost $452206 by a Nigerian scamsters and the judge has ordered the Interpol and the New Zealand police to look into the matter and take all the steps necessary to catch the person responsible for the scam.

Police Crack Down on Main Source for Cannabis Growers in New Zealand

Police Minister Judith CollinsPolice Minister, Judith Collins, has extended a word of congrats to the police for closing the alleged main source of equipment for commercial cannabis growers.

It has been stated that a country wide drugs bust was carried out today. This lead to the closing down of 16 branches and distribution centers of hydroponic gardening chain 'Switched On Gardener'.

Police initiates investigations into the ‘lost’ iPhone case

Police initiates investigations into the ‘lost’ iPhone caseAccording to a CNET report, the case of the ‘lost’ iPhone prototype is being investigated by Silicon Valley police, led by a computer crime task force of the district attorney’s office in Santa Clara County – the county in which Apple’s Cupertino, California headquarters is situated.

Businessman Slapped with Charges over Carrying out Illegal Online Gambling Transactions

Businessman Slapped with Charges over Carrying out Illegal Online Gambling TransactionsAn ex-Queensland entrepreneur Daniel Tzvetkoff has been slapped with as many as 4 offences by the US authorities related to allegedly carrying out illegal online gambling transactions.

On Friday, the 27 year old businessman was placed under arrest in Las Vegas.