A most wanted criminal in has finally been put behind bars in Kiambu. According to a statement issued by the police, highly trained cops attached to the National Police Service have arrested a notorious criminal believed to be a drug dealer in tbe region.
The police statement notes that the cops pounced on the criminal unaware while at his hideout in Kiambu. After he was arrested, a thorough search was done in the house and several items linked to the smuggling of bhang were recovered.
Among the items is a motorcycle, log books, weighing scales as well as Bhang packed km gunny bags.
“After conducting a thorough search in his house, the officers recovered 200 kilograms of Bhang packed in gunny bags. Other items recovered during the operation include, weighing scale, motorcycle, log books among other items," part of the police statement read.
The suspect is now held in custody awaiting for arraignment after completion of investigations. The NPS has thanked the members of the public for providing information about the criminal who is now set to face the law.
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