[사건·사고24시] ‘Illegal propofol administration’ Ha Jung-woo’s first trial and drunk driving test found methamphetamine

Actor Ha Jung-woo of ‘Propofol Illegal Use’, First Trial Today

The first trial of actor Ha Jung-woo (43, real name Kim Seong-hoon), who is being tried for illegal use of propofol, will be held on the 10th.

Judge Seol-ah Park, who is the 24th independent criminal judge of the Seoul Central District Court, will hold the first trial of Mr. Ha, who is charged with violating the Narcotics Control Act this morning. As it is a formal trial, the defendant Ha is expected to appear in court.

Ha appointed 10 lawyers from four law firms: Yulchon, Pacific, Barun, and Gayul. Some of them were former chief prosecutors or chief judges, and it is known that there are people who were in charge of drugs at the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office when they were prosecutors.

From January to September 2019, Mr. Ha was prosecuted for illegally administering the psychotropic drug propofol with a fine of 10 million won, but was handed over to a formal trial according to the court’s decision.

A summary indictment is a process in which the prosecution requests the court to issue a summary order in a written hearing instead of a formal trial on relatively light charges. The court may hold a formal trial if it determines that the summary order is not appropriate.

In the statement, Ha explained, “I have received dermatology treatment for acne scars, and if there is pain such as laser treatment, I have been treated under sedation.”

Gibbering while cracking down on drunk driving… It turns out that methamphetamine was administered and possessed

In Busan, a man in his 40s was arrested for gibberish while being tested for drunk driving by the police and was caught using drugs.

According to the Busan Police Agency on the 10th, a report came in at around 3:49 am that there was a vehicle suspected of drunk driving on the road in front of a pub in Yeonsan-dong, Yeonje-gu, Busan.

The police confirmed whether the suspect vehicle driver A was intoxicated, but it turned out that he did not drink. However, Mr. A behaved suspiciously, such as gibberish.

While examining Mr. A’s vehicle, the police found 4g of methamphetamine, 39 syringes, electronic scales, and 5 cell phones in the car.

As a result of the investigation, it was revealed that Mr. A had administered methamphetamine once in the car before the police were dispatched.

The police plan to investigate Mr. A for violating the Narcotics Control Act.

4 people arrested for prostitution brokerage by hiring illegal immigrants… under investigation

In Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, four people were arrested by the police, including a man and a prostitute who hired a foreigner living illegally to arrange prostitution.

On the 10th, Wonmi Police Station in Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, announced that it had booked two people, including a man in his 30s, who had brokered prostitution on charges of violating the Prostitution Punishment Act.

In addition, a Thai woman, B, who engaged in prostitution while staying illegally, and two men who bought sex were also booked on the same charges.

The police secured information that organized prostitution is taking place in the Bucheon area and started cracking down. Seven mobile phones used in the crime were confiscated at the scene.

Police believe that Mr. A and others are members of an organization that rents officetels in Seoul and Incheon and engages in prostitution and is continuing the investigation.

The organization is known to run prostitution establishments employing 40 women in 12 metropolitan areas.

A police official said, “At the time of the crackdown, four other officetels suspected of prostitution were also searched, but no one was found. We are tracking the whereabouts of the

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