Family reports to police “appears to have been drugged”… Nam Kyung-pil’s eldest son arrested on drug charges again

The police found a syringe at the scene on the night of the 23rd

A search and seizure warrant has been arranged for urine tests, etc.

Suspended for drug use in 2018

Nam Kyung-pil, the eldest son of the former governor of Gyeonggi-do, has been arrested again by the police for drug use.

The eldest son of former Governor Nam has a history of being sentenced to probation for drug use in 2018, and during his military service, he was sentenced to 8 months in prison and 2 years probation in a military court for assault and harassment on his. successor

On the 24th, Yongin Dongbu Police Station in Gyeonggi Province arrested Nam (32), the eldest son of former governor Nam, for violating the Narcotics Control Act and is investigating.

Nam is suspected of having given methamphetamine once in an apartment in Giheung-gu, Yongin-si the night before.

A family member who was with Nam reported it to the police, saying, “I think he did drugs.”

Police found several syringes at the scene.

As a result of a simple drug test, methamphetamine was found in the syringe.

Police tried to determine if Nam had taken methamphetamine by collecting urine and hair, but Nam refused.

A police officer said, “We will receive a search and seizure warrant from the court and investigate (Nam’s) urine and hair.

In 2018, Nam was also arrested and charged for taking methamphetamine or smoking marijuana several times in Beijing, China, and at home in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, and was sentenced to 3 years in prison and 4 years probation.

In 2014, he was charged without custody for assaulting and harassing his successors during his military service, and was sentenced to 8 months in prison and 2 years of probation by a military court.

Front view of Yongin Dongbu Police Station