Good Works Done 2022

1. Two youths arrested by police at Kodungallur for MDMA drug possession.    

       Two youths were arrested with 640 grams of MDMA, the lethal drug from Pullut Viyyathkalam, near Kodungallur police station area by a special police team led by the Kodungallur DYSP and the Thrissur Rural Police DANSAF team. Following the extensive raids and proceedings in Thrissur Rural District as per NDPS Special Drive by Hon'ble Kerala ADGP (Law & Order), and the confidential information received by the Thrissur District Police Chief, a special police team conducted a search of a vehicle near the Pullutviyathkulam on the Thrissur - Kodungallur State Highway within the Kodungallur Police Station limit and arrested Arjun, 29 years, S/o Rajagopal, Kodapulli House, Venginisseri, (now residing at Thrissur-kuttur for rent). The second accused Manu, 30 years S/o Mani, Vettiyattil veedu, Ammadam, Paralam Village, was also arrested following a subsequent investigation. For the past one year, the arrested accused, Manu has been lending money at high interest rates to young people to buy drugs, and after buying and selling drugs, he has to pay back the interest.

MDMA, the deadly drug, is known as the king of synthetic drugs. MDMA is an artificial, synthetic drug that can become addictive even after two or three uses. It is also known as party drug. It is said that if used, it will last for about 18 hours. It is used by young people because they do not feel tired after using it and they do not sleep at all. It is learned that various types of illicit drugs are being marketed and used extensively along the coast and The police team led by Kodungallur DySP Salish Shankar is taking extensive action against this. Police have launched an investigation into the source of the drug possession of the accused and those who involved in drug dealing with the accused.

2. Car hited with truck Police nabbed the culprits who tried to escape.

          After a 10-hour search, police found a five-member citation team, including weapons, marijuana and cash. They were taken into custody after a 'chase' by the police. Following a 10-hour search, police found a five-member team, including weapons, marijuana and cash. They were taken into custody after a 'chase' by the police. The car of the group, which was trying to escape from the police, went out of control and hit police vehicle. Of these, 3 policemen and 2 accused were injured. Swords and marijuana were recovered from the car.

Athirampuzha residents who came from Kottayam with a citation for killing a goonda from Venginissery. Libin (39), Alex of kattadi house(21), Bibin of medayil house (25), Nikhil of Chamakkala chembakaparambil house(36), Nickolas of Nidoor thaivolikavu (21) are arrested. The Quotations team was caught in a car accident involving a truck which was stopped by Venginissery.

After the car was pushed to the roadside, 4 youths left the car behind. Though it was thought to be a normal accident, the police conducted an inspection and found a stick sword inside the car's trunk. After realizing that sword was the type of quotation used by the gang, the police started searching for the car that escaped. The car in which the escapees were traveling was found during an investigation focusing on CCTV footage.

3.Big hashish oil hunt at Vatanappilly !!!

Kodungallur Special Police team nabbed two persons from Vatanpally with 7 kg of hashish oil worth Rs 1.5 crores in international market. Following the confidential information received by the Thrissur Rural District Police Chief, a special police team led by the Kodungallur DySP raided the Vatanappilly National Highway and arrested Sumesh and Sujithlal with hashish oil during a search of vehicles. The accused were caught by the police while bringing the drugs to Mala for retail sale during the celebrations like Vishu and Easter. Defendants chose the coastal highways for easy access without checking as most of the policemen in Thrissur Rural District were on duty during the Kodungallur Bharani Festival. The police have launched a thorough investigation into the source of the drug possession of the accused, those who were involved in drug dealing with the accused and those who provided financial assistance for it.

4.Three persons arrested by Thrissur rural police for smuggling hashish oil worth crores !!!

During the vehicle inspection conducted by Police at Koratti muringoor, About 11 kg of hashish oil was seized from the vehicles KL- 08-Y-2626 Ford icon Black colour car and TN-32-U-4199 Scorpio Dark. Lishan Peringottukara, Anoop Pavaratti and Nasim Konni were the culprits in the vehicle. A Scorpio car and a Ford icon car were taken into custody. Further Investigation is being conducted by the Police.

5.Notorious robber arrested by Chalakkudy Police!!!

Paramashivam, 34, S / o Kalimuthu, South Panavadalichatram, Sankarankovil, Tamil Nadu was taken into custody by Chalakkudy Police on 09.02.2022 by evening 7 PM, who was seen in a suspicious situation around the residence of Kathapilly Dasan,near Chalakkudy KSEB substation. On interrogation, he has been identified in connection with more than 45 robberies and housebreakings, including at Udumellpeta police station in Tamil Nadu. The accused has been handed over to Udumalpeta police by Chalakkudy police after completing the proceedings.

6. Temple robbers arrested !!!

Three were arrested by Thrissur Rural police at Kattoor for temple robbery as per the confidential information obtained by Thrissur Rural Police Chief Ms. Aiswarya Dongre IPS. Ponjanam native kandanathara Rajesh (50 years), Iringathiruthi Sanu (36 years) and Vellanjeriveetil Sahajan (47years) were the persons who were arrested. Thrissur Rural Police could catch up the culprits when they stole the brass lamps worth Rs.70000/- placed in front of the temples of Bhadrakali Devi and Bhuvaneshwari Devi located at kathirappilly family temple compound of Ponjanam, Kattoor between 6.45 pm on 19.01.2022 and 7 pm on 20.01.2022.

7. Ponnani native arrested with illegal tobacco products worth Rs. 1 lakh !!!

Malauram Ponnani native Sainul Abid (30 years), S/o Saithali, Ambalathveetil, Ponnani, Pallapuram, Malappuram district was arrested during the intensive vehicle inspection undergone to prevent and detect drug and illegal liquor trafficking, focused on the border of Thrissur rural district led by Thrissur rural district Police Chief Ms. Aiswarya Dongre IPS on 13.01.2022. He was arrested by Thrissur rural district police at Koratty during the smuggling of illicit tobacco products worth Rs.40 lakhs from Bangalore to Thiruvananthapuram via KL-22-P-6251 Bharath Benz lorry. The district police chief, Ms. Aishwarya Donggre IPS informed strict inspections would continue on National Highways and State Highways.

8. Undetected accused was arrested by police!!

A case has been registered against Joby, S/o Pathrose, Eluvathingal , Sasthamkadavu kodannur by Cherppu Police for stabbing and cutting Sahadevan,S/o Chennan, maalu veedu,Sasthamkadavu, Kodanur village, with past antipathy by a group of four people including Joby on the evening of 01/11/2000 at Kodannur under Cherppu Police Station. He went into hiding after being convicted by the esteemed Thrissur District Sessions Court and was arrested by Cherppu ISHO T V Shibu, GSCPO Arif and CPO Girish at Kodannur according to the warrant of Hon'ble Court and was produced before the Sessions Court.

9.Rental car scam fraudulent was arrested!!

The youth who was involved in several rental car scam was arrested. As per the instructions of Thrissur Rural SP G. Poonkuzhali IPS , Manakulangaraparambil Jiyace( 28-year-old) residing at Aloor, was arrested by  Aloor inspector M B Sibin, and S.I, K S Subind  led by Iringalakuda DYSP Babu K. ​​Thomas. It is learned that around 30 vehicles, including luxury cars, have been hijacked and millions of rupees have been looted by him. He used to work for a service center in Chalakudy and allegedly stole cars worth lakhs of rupees from many customers and friends who came there. The cars were seized on the pretext that they would be serviced at a cheaper rate and given more affordable rent. However, the owner did not get the money or even the car after the stipulated time, and after so many excuses, later the situation escalated to the point of threatening the owner, who was forced to lodge a complaint with the police. He was arrested on Wednesday and several people rushed to the station after the news of the arrest. The man who cheated so much behaved without a hesitation. He had already granted bail by the court in the case of car embezzlement of a native woman of aloor. He has been arrested in another car theft case in the name of a Kallettumkara resident. The release of his arrest information indicates more complaints would be received within days. Senior CPOs Rajeesh and Manoj were also in the police team.

Last updated on Saturday 18th of June 2022 PM