The suspect who tried to sneak bhang to her husband in a police station(Photo/DCI)
A 30-year-old lady was arrested after she was caught trying to sneak in bhang to her husband at Gilgil police station. According to DCI, the suspect identified as Caroline Imenza walked to the police station at 6 am and requested to see her husband.
She reportedly cut a figure of a good wife. The soft-spoken lady was carrying a loaf of bread and a flask full of hot tea which she wanted to be handed over to her husband for breakfast.
However, a female officer who was on duty at the report office desk became suspicious and uncovered the load of bread. In the process, she found rolls of bhang, five cigarettes and a matchbox.
The lady wa arrested and led to a secluded room meant for gender-related cases. A detailed body search was conducted on the suspect.
Upon further search, it was discovered that she had hidden 80 rolls of bhang in her undergarments. She tried to bribe cops with Ksh 2,000 to secure her freedom.
However, the cops turned down the bribe and added her another charge following the attempted bribery. DCI commended the actions of the police officer on duty and her counterparts.
The suspect is currently being held at Gilgil Police station pending arraignment Monday morning.
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