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10/10/2009

A Ritsumeikan student was arrested for stimulants

On October 9 at night, the Shiga Prefectural Police Headquarters (SPPH) captured Takashi Hagiwara, a 25-year-old graduate student at Ritsumeikan University, for violating Stimulants Control Law.

Hagiwara was arrested on a charge of having 0.18 gram of stimulants at home. According to the SPPH, Hagiwara's name was on the list as a suspect, after the police investigated drug-dealing activities. When a domiciliary search was conducted, tens of used syringe were found.

"It's regrettable that our student was involved in such a crime. After confirming the facts, we will rigidly handle the case, and will give our students thorough guidance," Ritsumeikan University commented.

(Kyoto Shimbun, October 10, 2009)

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