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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Nigerian drug peddler arrested in India with cocaine

Nigerian medication seller, Patrick William Uzonna was captured on Monday, March sixth, by the Commissioner's Task constrain, East Zone Team, Hyderabad City, close Post Brew Pub, street no.45, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad.

The Police likewise seized 15 grams Cocaine, one Maestro Bike with enrollment No. B.No.AP13AE7431 and three Cell telephones, from the blamed.

Patrick Williams Uzonna came to India on visit VISA in September 2016 and remained in Hyderabad. He met with Mr. Davis Chris Richard Mueller, a Kenya national in a bar, who is medication seller. At that point he brought forth an arrangement to win cash for his luxurious life by providing medications to poor clients.

Uzonna used to secure 1 gram of Cocaine for every Rs.2,000/ - from Mr. Davis Chris Richard Mueller and offers the same for Rs.5,000/ - to Rs.6,000/ - per 1 gram. He used to supply the booty to the penniless clients by proceeding onward bike Maestro Bike and procuring income sans work illicitly.

On Monday evening, police captured the blamed individual close Post Brew Pub, street no.45, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad on his bike alongside cocaine.

Endeavors are on to catch the other charged required in this exchange. The captured denounced alongside seized property was given over to SHO, Jubilee Hills PS, for legal remand.

The capture and seizures were made under the supervision of Sri. N.Koti Reddy, Addl. Dy.

Magistrate of Police, Commissioner's Task Force, Hyderabad City, by Sri. Ch.Sridhar, Inspector of Police, East Zone Task Force, Sri. Venkat Reddy, Inspector of Police, Jubliee Hills P.S., SI's Sri A. Sudhakar, S. Saidababu, K. Srinivas and staff of East Zone Task Force Task Team, Hyderabad City.

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