Numerous suspects arrested for possession and drug dealing in Swakopmund
Two suspects who have been arrested will appear in court to face their charges of the possession of cannabis and other drugsPolice operations resulted in numerous persons getting arrested and charged for drug dealing and possession this weekend in Swakopmund.
The Erongo police regional commander for community affairs, inspector Ileni Shapumba, confirmed that all the arrests were made in Mondesa.
Shapumba said that a Congolese woman (28) with refugee status, was arrested at a house in Scorpio Street, Ext.35, Tamariskia location On Friday. She had 6 kilograms of cannabis (skunk), 11 doses of cocaine powder and 7 bankies of crystal meth valued at N$ 313 000-00 in her possession. "The arrest came as a result of a police operation. The accused was charged with dealing and an alternative counts of possession of cannabis, cocaine powder and crystal meth. will appear at the Swakopmund Magistrate's court on Monday."
A 27 year old male and a 21 year old male were arrested for possession of cannabis at Epata Street in Mondesa during a police operation on Friday. "The police found 35 grams of cannabis (skunk) with an estimated value of N$ 1 750 on the two suspects. They will appear at Swakopmund, Magistrate's Court on Monday."
Another man (35) was arrested at Eshikwambi street in Tulinawa location Swakopmund after the police discovered three big parcels of cannabis (skunk) weighing 713 grams and with an estimated value of N$ 35 650 in his possession. "The suspect was charged with dealing and an alternative count of possession of cannabis. He will appear at Swakopmund Magistrate's court on Monday."
A male (31) was arrested at a house in Erica Tsuseb street in Mondesa location, Swakopmund after the police found 693 grams of cannabis (skunk), 72 full, one half and loose pieces of Mandrax tablets with an estimated value of N$ 43 470-00 during Police action. "The suspect was charged with dealing and alternatively for possession of cannabis and mandrax tablets. He will appear at Swakopmund Magistrate's court on Monday.
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