Police investigates dead body found in Hotel Room

BANJARMASIN, South Kalimantan: Central Banjarmasin criminal police is conducting an investigation into the death of a guest in C hotel room, AntaranewsKalsel reported.

“Sector Police received a report and then check the truth. In fact the incident did exist,” said Banjarmasin City Police chief Senior Commissioner Anjar Wicaksana Sik here, Monday.

The report came to the police on Monday (26/12) morning at around 05.30 pm that someone died at C hotel located at Jalan Simpang Telawang, Central Banjarmasin.

Sector police assisted by city criminal police then conducting initial investigation on the scene (olah TKP) , where the victim, MM, resident of Anjir Pasar, Batola District, South Kalimantan, was found dead.

From the testimony of the witness, the victim’s date, MW, resident of West Kelayan, South Banjarmasin, they both met around the scene.

When the victim invited MW for a sex, the victim and the witness, who are not husband and wife, agreed.

While in the room, the victim asked MW to turn off air conditioner because the victim was not strong to cold. MW then downed to pick up AC remote. After turning off the AC, when they wanted to have sex, victim suddenly stiffed.

Pale and scared, MW directly out of the room to ask for help. When she returned, the victim was in a state of dead.

“The victim was then evacuated to Ulin Hospital for a post mortem,” said the police chief.

From the initial investigation found a strip of Carnophen drug and a sachet of bears brands strong drug in the corner under a table. However, the drug was expected to have been long in the room and from the testimony of MW, the victim was not taking the drug.

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