The National Police Service officers have been doing their best to ensure that the streets are free of any drug dealing elements who have gone their way to leave thousands of youths dependent on drugs that ruin their lives.
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According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, two police officers dove into the Indian Ocean in a spirited fight to bring to justice a rogue drug dealer who they have been hot on the tails of.
The drug dealer dove into the ocean, according to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, with the hopes that the police officers would give up but they were having none of it.
The two officers are said to have grown along the banks of River Nzoia and therefore, swimming is not a new skill unto them.
Despite the frantic efforts of the thug to get away, the officers swam after him and a boat that was on patrol was able to spot the melee and make their way to the beach front.
Some people attempted to throw projectiles at the two officers but they did not succeed although one officer was injured as they brought the drug dealer to the police station in Lamu.
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