A businesswoman in the Dallas estate in Embu cries as three police officers broke into her milk shop and started asking her questions about why she was selling unpacked milk without a business license from the dairy board.
According to the people who were around said that those police officers arrived in a car branded dairy broad and they were fully dressed in police uniforms.
Those police officers started harassing the woman they become more violent and this made some of her neighbors come and help her. The officers become more violent and questioned why they were assaulting the police officers.
According to one of the eyewitnesses said that the woman had not violated with those officers, the police officers forcefully entered her dairy and demand a business license, and they took away some money the woman had acquired that day.
After that scene, the senior police officer from Embu visited the place and took the dairy woman to the police station to record a statement of what had just happened.
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