EMPD DRUG ENFORCEMENT UNIT NABS A NIGERIAN DRUG DEALER IN BENONI, SOUTH AFRICA

EMPD DRUG ENFORCEMENT UNIT NABS A NIGERIAN DRUG DEALER IN BENONI, SOUTH AFRICA

On Friday evening 2017-10-13 the EMPD D.E.U Arrested one Nigerian National and one RSA national in Benoni.
Upon receiving information the EMPD Drug Enforcement Unit arrested 2 suspects for dealing in Narcotics with an estimated street value of R1 000 000.

After the officers arrested the accused, they searched the premises only to find all the narcotics on a table where the Nigerian Male citizen was busy packing the blocks of CHAT into small Ziplock packets for the purpose to sell and distribute.

All exhibits were seized.

A total estimated street value worth R1 000 000 was determined.
Both suspects was detained at Benoni SAPS and will appear in the Benoni Magistrates Court on Monday.
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