The four cops who were caught partying with drugs and women inside a police station last July, will not face any criminal charges.

Instead, the men, which includes a sub-inspector in charge of the Bangi police station, who initially tested positive for ganja when the station was raided by a team from the Bukit Aman federal police headquarters, will have disciplinary action taken against them, reported Malaysiakini.

"No criminal charges. But they will face disciplinary action, investigations are being carried out by Bukit Aman," Selangor police chief Arjunaidi Mohamed told the portal.

Meanwhile, Bukit Aman Integrity and Compliance Department (JIPS) director Azri Ahmad said the decision to not pursue criminal charges against the suspects were made by the Deputy Public Prosecutor's office.

"The sub-inspector tested negative for drugs in the second urine test. Besides, all the suspects have also been compounded for violating COVID-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs)," Azri told Malaysiakini.

On July 20, about 6pm, a team from JIPs raided the police station and found the station chief, two corporals and a support corporal, "partying" with four civilian women in a room equipped with disco light, on the second floor of the station.

The suspects were dancing, singing karaoke, and drinking alcoholic beverages, as well as ketum juice, when the raid happened.

Source: Malaysiakini
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