A woman, 30, has been nabbed while trying to sneak bhang and cigarettes into police cells in Nakuru county.
Police nabbed the woman after she tried to sneak the contrabands to a prisoner detained at Gilgil police station, Gilgil Sub-county on Sunday.
The report was filed at the police station at 7.45 am as seizure of the drug and apprehension of a prisoner was also made on the same day.
Police recorded that today at 6.20 am at Gilgil police station, the woman asked two police officers attached to the report office to grant her access to deliver a loaf of bread and tea to a male prisoner.
She said that the suspect was her spouse, who had been nabbed on November 25 at 11:00 am for the offence of murder and theft.
Police added that the woman became guilty and panicked when the police started to check the food she had to dleiver into the cell.
This made the officers to interrogate her carefully on her what she want to deliver.
They grabbed the loaf of bread and said that the seal had been broken.
Police added that the woman then asked the officers to let her free after she learned she has been busted.
She even even tried to bribe the officers with Sh2,000 for them to leave her.
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