Tuesday, April 29, 2014

1) Air Force Member Shot Dead by Papua Police After Drunken Row

1) Air Force Member Shot Dead by Papua Police After Drunken Row
2) LANDOWNERS URGE MERAUKE SEA PORT ADMINISTRATOR TO PAY LAND COMPENSATION

3) ALLEGED KILLER OF AIRMAN FLOWN TO JAYAPURA FOR QUESTIONING
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1) Air Force Member Shot Dead by Papua Police After Drunken Row

By Banjir Ambarita on 09:15 am Apr 29, 2014
Category CrimeNews
Jayapura. Wardeni, a member of the Air Force operating in Biak, Papua, was shot dead by a local police officer on Sunday after a dispute at a night fair.
Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Sulistyo Pudjo Hartono has confirmed the fatality.
“There was a misunderstanding due to the alcohol [they consumed],” Sulistyo explained.
Two days before the incident, the two engaged in a fight with each other but they were separated by their commanders.
“After they separated peacefully, [we thought that] the problem was solved,” Sulistyo said.
The initial dispute was believed to be over conflicting responsibilities as security supervisors.
Wardeni, the victim, met A.S., the shooter, again early on Sunday morning at a night fair where they argued until A.S. shot Wardeni.
A.S. has now been detained and was to be brought to Jayapura Police pending the investigation.
Insp. Gen. Tito Karnavian, head of the Papua Police, has ordered a thorough investigation of the incident.
Sulistyo said tha t , if necessary, the sub-detachment head of the Biak Police’s Mobile Brigade (Brimob) would be removed from his post.
Sulistyo said that Tito had also coordinated with local police and army leaders to prevent any further incident.
“We’re telling our people and fellow army members that there was a personal problem, and not an institutional problem,” he said.
The victim’s remains were to be moved to Cirebon, West Java, on Monday.



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2) LANDOWNERS URGE MERAUKE SEA PORT ADMINISTRATOR TO PAY LAND COMPENSATION


Merauke, (28/4 (Jubi)- Eight customary landowners went to the Merauke Sea Port Administrator Office to demand it pay 3 billion rupiah in compensation for the use of their land.
The Police Chief of the Sea Port Sector, First Inspector Theodorus Tawaru told tabloidjubi.com on Monday (28/4) the landowners led by Marselino Mahuze at first aimed to conduct a protest and a blockage in front of the office, but then withdrew  after a negotiation.
“I told the customary landowners that we are ready to facilitate a dialog between the landowners and the Head or the Deputy of Sea Port Administrator Office, but the police would take action if they blocked the office,” the chief said.
According to Tawaru, the landowners finally agreed to meet with the Officer in Charge, Demianus Kowa, to represent the head who was not present at that time.
“We only did our duty to ensure the security, while the rest is the responsibility between the Head of Sea Port Administrator Office and the landowners. But the point is we have well facilitated a dialogue,” the Chief said.
Separately, Kowa confirmed the meeting but he said he could not take any decision on behalf of the office.
“I only said to the landowners that I would forward their demand to the head,” he said.
Kowa said the landowners initially asked for Rp 750 million but increased the demand to Rp 1.5 billion and then Rp 3 billion. “What have been said by the landowners, I still need to report it to the head,” he said.
A customary landowner, Marselino Mahuze said the landowners agreed to give the company time until next month. They threaten to block the port if the payment was not settled by then. (Jubi/Frans L Kobun/rom)
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3) ALLEGED KILLER OF AIRMAN FLOWN TO JAYAPURA FOR QUESTIONING



Jayapura, 28/4 (Jubi) – A police officer who allegedly killed an airman in Biak has been flown to the Papua Police Headquarters in Jayapura for further investigation.
“He departed to Sentani around 12:00 Papua time with Skytrack plane,” Papua Police spokesman, Senior Commissioner Sulistyo Pudjo Hartono said on Monday (28/4).
He said the cause is a serious one, and for that reason he must read the Letter of Investigation first. “Our officer consumed an alcoholic drink and the airman too. They lost control because of it,” he said.
When asked about the motive, he said police were investigating if the incident was related to that on  Friday (25/4) when both sides were involved in the dispute in a gambling location in Biak.
“This is a problem between a particular group, not involving the institutions. But everything has to be examined in the iInvestigation,” Pudjo said
He further said the Papua Police Chief, Inspector General Tito Karnavian has communicated with the Sector Commander of Air force IV Marsma Asnan Muhidir and Biak Regional Military Commandant, Biak Police Chief to order their member for staying at their base to avoid the spread of conflict.
The Local government of Biak Numfor has officially closed the night market after the shooting incident that killed the air force member on Sunday (27/4) around 03:00 Papua time. (Jubi/Indrayadi TH/rom)

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