Sentani, Jubi – A total of 19 prisoner escaped from narcotics prisons Class II Jayapura, on Sunday (5/10) around 02:00 am. Three of them are citizens of Papua New Guinea (PNG). Their name is Gayas Sume (21), Joel Sakak (30) and Erick Sanama (18).
Head of Security in Narcotics Prison, Hamkah Abdullah said the incident was extremely fast and already planned. The 19 prisoners, easily damage the building and fled.
“They got away with dismantling the detention room ceiling on the second floor. They also utilize sarong and blanket and used as a tool to go down from the 2nd floor to the rear wall outside,” said Hamkah through his cellular.
Hamkah acknowledged, the incident is because officers mistakes.
“There are five people in charge of overseeing prisoners. Apparently it is still lacking, because five people at some point. At that time, two men watch at the front, two in the rear guard while the others keep on the block. In this prison there are 3 blocks with many prisoners, “said Hamza.
Nirhono Jadmokoadi, head of Narcotics Prison, said he was coordinating with the security forces in order to search 19 prisoners who escaped. Internally he also has requested information from the five officers who guard when the incidents happen.
“From this incident we have increased security with maximizing power available. So it is not only the guards who guarding, but staff also participate on guard so that similar incidents do not happen again,” said Nirhono. (Angrias RF / Albert Yomo / Victor Mambor)
19 prisoners who escaped are:
Gayas Sume (21) – PNG, Joel Sakak (30) – PNG, Erick Sanama (18) – PNG, Douglas Arthur Rumpaidus (24), Paul Numbery (30), Apriyanto H. Ibrahim (30), U. Rahman Talib (27), Joseph Manggarapo (23), Deny Fonataba (25), Dedy Haay (18), David Rumaropen (28), Eko Yulianto (29), Soleman Togodi (28), John Aritahanu (18), Marnus togodi (28) Rivaldo Wanggai (16), Ishmael Jowei (16), Ismail Marani (18) and Arifin Fonataba (18)