A grandmother, a 13-year-old boy, and 15 other men and women in Kuala Lumpur have been remanded until Monday, 6 September
According to a Bernama report earlier this morning, 4 September, the group was arrested for attending a wild party at an apartment in Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur on Thursday night, 2 September.
Kuala Lumpur Narcotics CID chief Sahar Abd Latif said that the group consisted of nine women, seven men. The youngest among them is aged 13, while the oldest, the grandmother, is 54-year-old.
The wild party was said to be a birthday celebration
The report quoted Sahar saying that their preliminary investigations revealed the organiser of the party was a 23-year-old local woman who wanted to celebrate her birthday.
"Four men and four women tested positive for syabu and ketamine," he said, adding that police seized 13.61g of ecstasy and ketamine pills worth RM864, a key, an access card, and a loudspeaker.
All 17 were also issued RM2,000 compounds each
They were taken to the Dang Wangi district police headquarters to be remanded for four days.