SHATTERED-TRANQUILITY.NET – North Sulawesi (Sulut) Regional Police named and detained seven suspects in the clash case in Bitung, Saturday (25/11/23). The seven people came from two mass organizations involved in the clash.
North Sulawesi Regional Police Chief Inspector General. Pol. Setyo Budiyanto explained that the current condition of Bitung City is safe and under control.
“We convey to the entire community, especially those in Bitung City and generally the people of North Sulawesi as well as all Indonesian people, that as of tonight the situation and conditions in the Bitung City area are safe and under control,” said the Regional Police Chief in a press conference, Sunday (26/11/ 23).
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According to the Regional Police Chief, his party has collaborated with religious leaders, society and a number of communities to resolve this case. So, since last night community activities have returned to normal.
“However, the implementation of assignments, especially members of the Bitung Police, who were then ‘backed up’ (supported) by the Bitung District Military Command and involving members of the North Sulawesi Regional Police until tonight and the following days will of course still carry out security assignment activities, and especially patrol activities. “, including static activities on the road or in places where security is required, this is a priority for all of us,” he explained.
Added Dirreskrimum Polda North Sulawesi Kombes. Pol. Gani Siahaan, seven suspects were detained, five of whom had the initials FS, GL, BL, AQ and LA. They were involved in the incident at the crime scene on Jalan Sudirman with victims from traditional mass organizations.
“Of the five suspects, one person is a minor,” he said.
He further explained that two other suspects were arrested at the crime scene in the Sari Kelapa sub-district area with victim AM from a religious mass organization. According to the Director, for this crime scene in Sari Kelapa, his party is still carrying out developments, where it was discovered that there were suspects who had fled to the cities of Manado, Tomohon and Minahasa.
“We are still developing suspects. “So it is not impossible that a new suspect will be named,” he said.
For their actions, the suspects were charged under Article 170 and Article 338 with the threat of a prison sentence of 15 years.