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Security Forces Nab 2 For Illegal Drugs In Cape Mount

By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount Correspondent
 

ROBERTSPORT, March 7 (LINA) - The joint security in Grand Cape Mount County has arrested two persons for allegedly being in possession of marijuana valued at L$105,000.

According to the Liberia News Agency correspondent in the county, the two suspects Varney Kiawen and Prince Jolo were arrested Thursday at the Gbah Foiboi check point in the county.

Joint security at the check point told LINA that the two persons were arrested on a taxi cab marked TX-8904 while heading to Monrovia.

The joint security said those arrested are facing preliminary investigation after which they will be turned over to the Tienii Magisterial Court for prosecution.

LINA

 

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