A man in his 20s who opened a window and shouted for help after administering drugs at his home in Gangnam-gu, Seoul was arrested by the police.
According to the police on the 29th, the Suseo Police Station in Seoul booked a man in his 20s for violating the Narcotics Control Act and is investigating the case.
Person A is suspected of administering ketamine-presumed narcotic substances at her home in Gangnam-gu, Seoul around 8:40 am on the 26th. Ketamine, which is used as a general anesthetic, has analgesic and hallucinogenic properties, so it is misused as a narcotic.
The police, who arrived after receiving a report from a nearby resident saying, “Someone opened the window and asked for help,” and the police, who did not open the door, cooperated with the fire department and arrested Mr. A after forcibly opening it.
At that time, Mr. A’s house was filled with smoky smoke, and it was reported that Mr. A was hanging from the bathroom window.
Police obtained ketamine-estimated substances and simple scales at the scene.
As a result of the investigation, it was found that A purchased ketamine the day before the crime and had a similar criminal record.
The police plan to investigate the exact circumstances of the incident and distribution channels.
Reporter Kim Soo-yeon [email protected]
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