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Tuesday, 30 May 2017 - 08:38 WIB

Police backed a liquors seller in Sorong

Ilustration illegal alcoholic drinks confiscated at Sentani Airport, Jayapura are ready to be destroyed – Jubi/Engel Wally

Ilustration illegal alcoholic drinks confiscated at Sentani Airport, Jayapura are ready to be destroyed – Jubi/Engel Wally

Ilustration illegal alcoholic drinks confiscated at Sentani Airport, Jayapura are ready to be destroyed – Jubi/Engel Wally

Sorong, Jubi – Illegal liquors seller named Frengky aka Ongko Botak who operates in Rufey, West Sorong District, Sorong City, West Papua province claimed to be backed up by Reskrim Polres Sorong Kota in selling unlicensed liquors.

According to him, he has not yet extinguished the liquors sales permit because he is still waiting for the inauguration process of Sorong’s mayor.

He suggested that journalist may ask the sales permit to head of criminal resort division (Kasat Reskrim) of Sorong Kota Police. Because he only conducting his activities according to the instructions of the Kasat.

“If the reporters want to talk and confirm it, then wait for me to check and ask the Kasat, because that is the order,” said Ongko Sunday (May 28).

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Head of Criminal Sorong Police, AKP Fernando Saragih when confirmed separately claimed he never ordered as alleged by illegal liquors seller. He argued that the statement was incorrect.

“That is not true. I never ordered things like that,” he said. (*)

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