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DCI Detectives Impound a Multi-million Haul of Highly Addictive Cocaine Drug in Mombasa

In heightened efforts to fight the drugs menace in coast region, swift detectives attached to Transnational Organized Crimes and the Anti Narcotics units have today confiscated a haul of cocaine valued at 100 million in a house in Utange, Mombasa county.

According to the revered investigative agency, the successful operation was courtesy of intelligence shared by a whistle blower through their hotline which guarantees anonymity.

During the raid, one female suspect identified as Nuru Murshid Mahfud aged 29 was arrested.

It however remains unknown whether the drug which was carefully packaged in 35 sachets and concealed in suitcases was meant for local consumption or was on transit to a different destination. The sleuths have since embarked on a mission to get to the matters rock bottom.

The suspect has been detained at a police station in the coastal city as the undercover agents hunt for her accomplices.

Cocaine is a powerfully addictive stimulant drug made from the leaves of the coca plant native to South America. Although health care providers can use it for valid medical purposes, such as local anesthesia for some surgeries, recreational cocaine use is illegal.

How do people use cocaine?

People snort cocaine powder through the nose, or they rub it into their gums. Others dissolve the powder and inject it into the bloodstream. Some people inject a combination of cocaine and heroin, called a Speedball.

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