A high school students from Samburu County will spend days in police custody, over engaging in unlawful practices in a rental estate in Samburu town.
According to police reports, the suspect found during the night hours in possession of approximately 26 kg of bhang and other substance abuse, inside the house she was living together with her friends who manage to escape the police arrest.
The suspect allegedly confessed to smoking Bhang and engaging in sexual practice in the room with the suspect who escaped the police arrest.
In addition, the suspect also found with half a liter of petrol in the school on Monday, in what authorities believe was a plan to burn the school when it schools resumes early next week.
The report further said the suspect revealed names of three people whom they claimed had been selling them drugs while at school and also at home.
The County director of education in Samburu County warned that the government would not sit and watch drug peddlers ruin the lives of school-going children in Kenya.
Confirming the incident, police commander in his statements to media said the suspect has been arrested and taken into police custody, where she awaits to be arraigned in court once the investigation is complete.
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