Four suspects were yesterday night nabbed in Mwingi town, after they were found hawking narcotic drugs including heroin.
The suspects identified as John Musya, Paul Mumo and Julius Musya who are between the age of 23 to 24 were nabbed as they sold the powerful addictive illegal substance that was wrapped in seven sachets.
Atleast 10 rolls of weed were seized from the culprits, who had flouted curfew protocols to conduct their illicit business in Mwingi town.
Police said the detectives were acting on a tip-off from the members of the public who witnessed the suspects conduct the illegal business activities and notified the police.
It is reported that the culprits hawk the illicit drugs to street girls, who roam in the busy town for bread and butter.
The suspects were locked up in police cell as they are being processed for placement in court for illegally possessing and hawking narcotics.
The latest development comes only two days when three suspects were arrested with 450 kilograms of bhang while heading to Nairobi County.
Their case is still under police investigations.
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