3 caught in Lallaguda selling hash oil

The police received credible information that three persons were selling hash oil near the GHMC ground in Lalapet. They conducted a surprise check and seized four hash oil bottles (20 ml) and three mobile phones from them. A case was registered under various sections of the NDPS Act 1985.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  10 March 2022 2:03 PM GMT
3 caught in Lallaguda selling hash oil

Hyderabad: The Lallaguda police on Thursday apprehended three persons and seized four hash oil bottles from their possession.

The police received credible information that three persons were selling hash oil near the GHMC ground in Lalapet. They conducted a surprise check and seized four hash oil bottles (20 ml) and three mobile phones from them. A case was registered under various sections of the NDPS Act 1985.

The arrested persons have been identified as P. Hemanth (22), J. Sai Kiran, and U. Akhil (22).

Hemanth was earlier involved in two drug-related cases registered in the Kota police station in Vizianagaram, AP, and the Lallaguda police station.

On 9 March, the three had procured four hash oil bottles for Rs. 1,500 at Mangalhat. The next day they had come to the GHMC ground in Lalapet to sell them to customers at a higher rate, the police said.

The above arrest was made under the supervision of several police officers including the first female Station House Officer of Law and Order Police Station in Hyderabad, K Madhulatha.

She took charge of Lalaguda station on the occasion of International Women's Day 2022.

A 2002-batch officer, Madhulatha is from Telangana's Jagtial district. She has been in the police force for almost 20 years. Throughout her career, Madhulatha has held various posts. She first worked as an SI in the Siddipet district. She was also the first female officer to head the IT corridor women's police station, the first all-women police station set up in 2014.

She currently handles a team of two circle inspectors, six sub-inspectors, seven assistant sub-inspectors, 65 police constables, and 18 home guards.

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