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First Brigadier Rani Indah Yuni Wanted
Sunday, 09 June, 2013 | 08:58 WIB
First Brigadier Rani Indah Yuni Wanted

TEMPO.CO, Surabaya - Mojokerto Regional Police office, Profession and Security Division (Propam),  East Java and the Resort Police are searching for First Brigadier Rani Indah Yuni. The pretty police woman has been in desertion from duty since 3 months ago.

"She is in wanted list and has been recommended by her superior to be dismissed from duty during the trial of code of conduct. If she stays missing, Propam will hold an in absentia trial," said the Head of Public Information Division, Regional Police of East Java, Adj. Comm. Suhartoyo, Saturday, June 8.

Suhartoyo stated Rani has been absent from duty without any notifications. The Resort Police has warned her and there will be sanctions over her action, starting from oral reprimands, written reprimands, postponing of promotion, twenty-one-day custody, and dismissal.  

The reason of Rani’s absence on duty, according to her mother, Raya Boru Situmeang to a number of media, is due to the harassments done by her superior, Mojokerto Chief Resort Police, Adj. Senior Comm. Eko Puji Nugroho.

Raya explained further, Rani was often ordered to accompany Eko’s guests to karaoke places and change her uniform to civilian clothing. He also frequently ordered her to come to his office outside duty hours.

Feeling uncomfortable, Rani refused to follow the order. The next thing she knows, her sexy photos were on the internet. Raya said her daughter went to Jakarta to calm herself down due to her stress and depression. Her mother then reported Eko’s conduct to Propam.

Propam Regional Police of East Java has called upon Eko and interrogated him last May. Eko was also questioned regarding the photos on the internet.

There were twelve other police officers being investigated. "They all denied the testimony of Rani’s mother. Eko even stated, "I would be stupid to do such things," said Suhartoyo.

On a separate interview, Eko was reluctant to comment. The former chief of Criminal Investigation Unit of Drug Enforcement, Surabaya City Police said he was prohibited to talk to the media. "I was the accused. The case will be processed by Propam, Regional Police of East Java."


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