‘Yongsan group drug’ added mystery… Who are the 5 people who suddenly jumped out? ‘Concealment circumstances’

 Another mystery was added to the ‘Yongsan group drug’ incident in which a serving police officer fell to his death. As it was revealed that five more people were present at the time of the incident, the number of attendees increased to 21. There are even reports of other attendees kissing each other to hide them. Attention is focused on who they are and why they tried to hide their identities.

There are various interpretations of the police search and seizure of the Itaewon club. The direction of the investigation is expected to vary depending on whether a drug party simply took place here or whether drugs were obtained through this place. It is difficult to rule out the possibility that the investigation will be expanded to include those who have visited this place.

Currently, the police have applied for arrest warrants for the three attendees and have begun a full-scale mandatory investigation. The investigation appears to be accelerating. Typically, in drug cases, an arrest warrant is not requested based on the simple fact of drug use. This shows that the police are taking this incident seriously and that the major criminal charges have been identified to some extent.

A police official said in a phone call with News 1 on the 9th, “Basically, in drug cases, an arrest warrant is requested when there is a related criminal record or there is concern about flight or destruction of evidence,” adding, “There are slight differences for each case, but usually the case is a serious one.” “In this case, we are applying for a mandatory investigation and arrest warrant,” he explained.

◇The number of attendees continues to increase: 8 → 16 → 21… Application for arrest warrant for 3 people

The first thing that stands out about this event is that the number of attendees continues to increase. Initially, the number of attendees was identified as 8, and 8 more were added later. Now, about two weeks into the investigation, five more people have been added.

The police announced on the 8th that a total of 21 people attended the on-site meeting that took place just before Captain A of the Gangwon Police Agency fell to his death at an apartment complex in Yongsan-gu, Seoul on the 27th of last month.

In particular, the police believe that the attendees who were previously under investigation kissed to hide the five additional people who were identified, and are reportedly investigating this as well. The reason why their identities were hidden from other attendees is also something that needs to be revealed through future investigations.

It is reported that the attendees included people from various occupations, including urologists, employees of large corporations, and health trainers.

The police are additionally investigating those confirmed to have attended, including the circumstances of their attendance, their movements, and suspicions of drug use. Additionally, arrest warrants were applied for three people who were confirmed to be using drugs. The interrogation of these suspects (substantive warrant review) before their arrest will be held at토토사이트 the Seoul Western District Court at 10:30 a.m. on the 11th.

◇Seizure and search of Itaewon club… The results of the autopsy of the deceased police officer are also

noteworthy. The police search and seizure of the Itaewon club is also noteworthy. It is interpreted that the investigation is expanding beyond the drug consumption stage (administration) to the inflow route (distribution).

On the afternoon of the 5th, the police conducted a search and seizure of a club in Itaewon, Yongsan-gu, Seoul and secured related materials, including closed-circuit ( CC ) TV footage. It is believed that the club in question was where the deceased Officer A and some of his party visited to attend a party.

If drug use is confirmed at the club as a result of CCTV analysis, it is inevitable to investigate club users in addition to the 21 people who attended the meeting. Additionally, even if drug trafficking is confirmed within the club, the investigation is expected to expand to reveal the supply chain, including club officials.

In addition, the size of the fallout is expected to vary depending on the results of the autopsy of Captain A, who died. If the autopsy results of the deceased police officer come back positive, this incident will inevitably have greater ramifications. It usually takes as little as a week to as long as 2 to 3 weeks to complete the autopsy. Actor Yoo Ah-in, who is suspected of drug use, also took nearly a month to receive the results of the National Forensic Service’s detailed analysis.

The National Forensic Service’s autopsy on Officer A has been in progress since the 29th of last month, and as a result of the first oral opinion, the direct cause of death for Officer A was ‘damage caused by various blunt force’.

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