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Three arrested for consuming ganja

Published On : 02 Apr 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Puttur: Police from the town station went to paying guest accommodation and arrested three, who had consumed ganja. The students, studying in a private college, were staying in paying guest accommodation inside the residence of an individual at Nehru Naga, had organized birthday party. 

The police went there and subjected the students to medical tests. After the tests confirmed that three among them had consumed drugs, first information report was filed against them. The students secured release on bail on Friday.

The names of arrested students have been given as Ranganath (22), resident of Krishnanagar,Hassan, Abhishek Gowda (21) from Kushalnagar, and Narendra Prasad (21), resident of Koliyaru in Manjeshwar.

During the party at the paying guest accommodation on Thursday night, several students had consumed drugs. They were behaving strangely. After getting reliable information, police from the town station went there and took the students into custody. They were then taken to Mangaluru and put through medical tests. The tests proved that three of them had consumed ganja. There were arrested and produced in court on Friday. They were released on bail after they executed bonds.







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