A Taiwanese man known as “Lupin Taiwan” was arrested for allegedly producing the illicit drug cocktail known as “k-powdered milk”.
Chou Yi Shen was arrested at a luxury condominium in Asok area. Detectives learned that the man had escaped from Taiwan where a warrant had been issued for his arrest. He had used a fake name and many passports to flee to Thailand in 2012.
Police found in his room 2 kilograms of ketamine, 8kg of heroin, 2kg of crystal methamphetamine, 379 ecstasy pills, 11 grams of cocaine, 48 pieces of paper containing lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), about 200 sleeping pills, a device used to mix narcotics, a 9mm gun and 8 bullets.
The suspect confessed that he came to Thailand for illicit drug business and had his own k-powdered milk formula. He claimed that customers died because they abused his products.