Australian facing 12 years in jail over 'involvement in Bali drugs syndicate'

Australian facing 12 years in jail over 'involvement in Bali drugs syndicate'

His family has said that he travelled into the popular vacation island to assist local folks fighting throughout the COVID-19 outbreak by providing food parcels to struggling families.  

A Western Australian guy was detained in Bali in a police raid in his or her villa.   Officers allegedly found over 1 gram of crystal methamphetamine from the hunt of his villa and he's been accused of being a drug courier at the Kuta area.  Police say Mr Coyle told them he'd just delivered medication twice and had obtained only $20 at a one-time fee.  

His title was supposedly given to authorities with a 32-year-old British guy who was detained earlier over 14 bundles of methamphetamine and ecstasy during another police medication sting.  9News knows Mr Coyle transferred to Bali before in the year on a last-minute visa, but he had not contacted his family till he messaged this week to say he had been well.  They had been advised of his arrest now.  


Australian facing 12 years in jail over 'involvement in Bali drugs syndicate'


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