TANGERANG, KOMPAS.com – Cellphone owned by celebrity Akbar BP alias Personal Adjutant stolen by a woman with the initials S (47) at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang City, Banten, Wednesday (17/2/2021).
After stealing the cellphone, S gave the cellphone to his son. He felt that his son needed the cellphone to work.
The police then arrested the suspect in Cakung, North Jakarta, Monday (22/2/2021). The investigator charged S with Article 362 of the Criminal Code regarding theft.
Later, Akbar refused to pursue the matter on humanitarian grounds.
“Yes, it’s really sad, because the only source of life is his mother. Investigators said ‘I want to continue or not, I’ll say no’,” said Akbar at the Soekarno-Hatta Airport Police Headquarters, Tangerang City, Banten, during a press conference for the theft case, Wednesday (24 / 2/2021).
“He (the perpetrator) talked to me, it’s a cellphone for online schools. Wow, I’m sorry too,” he added.
In addition, Akbar also forgave the suspect’s behavior. The Instagram user with 1.1 million followers also gave S.
“I gave him money to buy a cellphone,” said Akbar.
Kapolresta Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Kombes Pol Adi Ferdian, said that his party implements restorative justice.
This is a system in which a suspect receives justice without the need to go through court.
“For the legal process, we have enforced it to achieve legal certainty regarding what the victim said,” said Adi.
“The victim feels that his belongings have returned, the victim considers aspects of humanity, and others,” Adi added.
Previously, Akbar alias Adjudan Pribadi had just arrived from Makassar, South Sulawesi at Soekarno-Hatta Airport on Wednesday last week.
When Akbar was waiting for his pick, he took off his jacket and put down his cellphone.
When the taxi that picked him up, Akbar accidentally left some of the items behind.
While in the vehicle, Akbar realized that his cellphone was left behind.
Akbar returns to where he left his cell phone. However, because he couldn’t find his cellphone, Akbar asked his brother-in-law to report his loss to the police.
“From that report, the Airport Police conducted an investigation. Then, the Criminal Investigation Unit managed to uncover the perpetrator who took the victim’s valuables,” said Adi.