Large Amount of Dried Marijuana Found in Fukuoka city, Japan

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Large Amount of Dried Marijuana Found in Fukuoka city, Japan
Three suspects were arrested in Fukuoka, Japan after police found a significant amount of dried marijuana in their car.

According to local Japanese media outlet Newsdig's report on October 6th, a large quantity of dried marijuana was discovered by law enforcement officers patrolling in the Chuo Ward of Fukuoka City, Japan. Currently, three suspects have been arrested.


A patrolling police officer in Changbin noticed a suspicious vehicle during his patrol, and the man inside the car immediately tried to hide from the patrol car, which drew the attention of the law enforcement officers. The officers conducted a routine investigation on the three men in the car, and discovered a package of dried marijuana wrapped in paper inside the vehicle. Consequently, all three individuals were arrested on the spot.


Three men in their twenties have been arrested by the police on suspicion of smuggling, allegedly violating the Anti-Marijuana Prohibition Law. It remains undisclosed whether the individuals have admitted guilt or not.


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