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Suspected Marijuana Dealers Arrested

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Indian hemp weighing about 100kgs was impounded by the gendarmes in Biyem-Assi last week. A gang of Indian hemp dealers was arrested by gendarmes of the Biyem-Assi Gendarmerie Brigade recently in Yaounde. Reports say a 16 year-old lad whose name was got as Toukou who deals with Indian hemp was caught selling marijuana on March 11, 2015 in Yaounde.

According to the report, Toukou told the gendarmes that he buys the drug from a famous dealer called Ndenle Ngeumba Arnold alias “Daddy”. On the same day when the gendarmes went to daddy’s home, his wife, Ngono Marie threw a bundle of Indian hemp over a fence but the gendarmes were able to find it. Both of them were arrested.

In order to proceed with the case, the procurer ordered for the immediate arrest of Daddy. Daddy was arrested on March 24, 2015 in a room in Acacia in the Biyem-Assi neighbourhood at 11:00 p.m. Daddy told the gendarmes that he buys the marijuana from his supplier called Sergio but whose real name is Sanin Simon and lives in the Elig-Edjoa neighbourhood. On Thursday March 26, 2015 Sanin Simon was arrested in Elig-Edjoa with 204 packages of marijuana. When he was arrested, he told the gendarmes that he had a supplier who lives in Batcham near Mbouda in the West Region called “Mbom” but whose real name in Singne Roger.

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Sanin then told the gendarmes that he had an appointment with Singne Roger the following day Friday March 27, 2015 in Yaounde. On that Friday instead of Singne coming for the appointment he sent his wife, Matsasse Anne with a bag of marijuana weighing about 40kgs. Following gendarmerie investigations, an ambush at the Emana Borne Fontaine where she alighted, Anne was arrested. In all, the quantity of marijuana impounded weighs about 100kgs. A source at the Gendarmeries Brigade said the majority of marijuana found in Yaounde comes from the West Region. The suspects were expected to be taken to court yesterday April 1, 2015.

Elizabeth MOSIMA

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