Notorious drug dealer in the Tamale metropolis, Samira Ebony who is a native of Gushegu yesterday was arrested by the Tamale metropolitan police department carrying loads of indian herm to distribute to her customers. She cried fowl as she begged the police command to have mercy on her.
Earlier, Samira Ebony was reported to the police by renowned tamale journalist, Bashiru Bejejugu and was tracked down leading to her subsequent arrest. Ebony was seen by the police carrying her bag and they stopped her and conducted an instant search. The weed and other items were found in her bag.
She was sent to the Tamale central police station where her parents were invited. When her parents arrived feeling disappointed, Samira Ebony pleaded in tears while she was behind the bars that the police she have mercy on her as it was her first time. According to her, she doesn't want to sleep in ceel.
Her parents also pleaded on her behalf but the police insisted the law must deal with her equally as everyone. The police also promised the general public to dig out all people connected to the sales of the hard drugs.
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