The Beishi Criminal Daxi Task Force seized 12.9 kilograms of analgesics and 43 kilograms of ketamine with a market value of more than 100 million yuan.

(Photographed by reporter Liu Qinghou)

[Reporter Liu Qinghou/Taipei Report] Zhulian Bangxintang’s eldest brothers, surnamed Peng and Xu, rented suites in Taoyuan City and Zhonghe, New Taipei City as drug warehouses, and then packaged the drugs in tea bags to confuse and sell them.

After the case was searched and inspected by the Anti-Mafia Task Force of the Taipei City Criminal Police Brigade, the two were arrested, 12.9 kilograms of antoxin and 43 kilograms of ketamine with a market value of more than 100 million yuan were seized, and the source and controller behind the scenes were traced.

The North City Criminal University Anti-crime Task Force received a tip a month ago that gang members in the Taoyuan area were suspected of selling drugs for profit. After searching for evidence, the police located 35-year-old Peng Nan and 47-year-old Xu Nan.

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The police found out that the two suspects were members of the Bamboo Union Gang Xintang, and jointly formed a drug trafficking network, mainly selling amphetamines and ketamines. They rented houses in Taoyuan and New Taipei City as warehouses to buy large quantities of drugs and store them separately.

According to the police investigation, the two suspects were mainly responsible for purchasing a large amount of drugs from upstream, and then transporting them to the warehouse to be handed over to the on-site boys.

The North City Criminal Police Sweepstakes Task Force has been locked in for a long time, and recently went to Taoyuan to arrest Peng and Xu, and seized a large amount of amphetamines and ketamines hidden in downtown Taoyuan and Zhonghe District, New Taipei City. Evidence such as bags and sealed bags.

The police transferred the two to the Taoyuan District Prosecutor's Office for investigation based on drug charges. It is not ruled out that gang members are also behind the scenes.

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Suspected Xu was transferred to the investigation office by the police.

(Photographed by reporter Liu Qinghou)