Darren Lee Wong was arrested in Senggigi on a island of Lombok, easterly of Bali.
A New Zealander has been arrested in Indonesia after military allegedly found 3 unlawful celebration drugs dark in his iPad case.
Darren Lee Wong, 35, has been in military control given Apr 21, indicted of possessing cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA in Senggigi, on a Indonesian traveller island of Lombok.
Police drug patrol officer Komang Satra told media that three tiny cosmetic bags were found in Wong’s iPad case, containing about half a gram of methamphetamine and MDMA, and about one-third of a gram of cocaine, AFP reported.
If convicted, Wong could face adult to 12 years in prison, though would not face a genocide chastisement since a quantities of a drugs were smaller than compulsory underneath a law, AFP reported.
Wong, creatively from Otahuhu in south Auckland, had been vital in Sydney, Australia.
Wong reportedly told military he had got a drugs performed a drugs in Gili Trawangan, a tiny tourist-friendly island north of Lombok.
A orator pronounced a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade was aware of a apprehension of a New Zealander in Indonesia.
“The family have suggested that they do not wish to speak to a media, and have asked that their remoteness be respected,” he said.
“As with all hearings involving New Zealand citizens, a method can't criticism on a ongoing justice box or meddle in a legal record of another country.”
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