Together with the Barabai District Court, HST Police and the district office Ministry of Religious Affairs, the Kejari also destroyed 17 sharp weapons such as knives and machetes, 16 cellphones, 16 liters of tuak (locally made liquor) drinks, 280 bottles of liquor and 10 cans of alcohol.
The Head of the HST Kejari Wagiyo Santoso said that the charnophen and sabu-sabu cases were indeed the highest in the HST district even though there were many who were caught.
"In the past, Charnophen was still a prohibited drug that was threatened with the health law, but now included in narcotics class one and threatened with the Narcotics Law," he warned.
"So, this is a warning to the public that charnophen which contains Carisoprodol is not a strong drug but is included in the category 1 drug, which now faces the same punishment as possession of methamphetamine," he said.
According to him, being proven to use it alone could be threatened with a sentence of four years in prison, let alone circulating would be much heavier. If it reaches thousands of ownership, then the threat will be a death penalty.