A 58 year old woman, Akua Saa has been arrested for allegedly slapping the Kyebi District police Commander, Chief Supretendant Magnus Reindorf Sam for preventing the arrest of his son, Frederick Sarkodie, and three others who were engaging in the act trading narcotics.
The suspects namely Akua Saa, Margret 28, Kingsley Sarkodie,22, Vivian Saa ,33, Fiago Gilbert,38 and Frederick Sarkodie were arrested at Akyem Sagyimase in the Abuakwa South Municipality in the Eastern Region of Ghana during a swoop conducted by the police.
The operations were led by the Kyebi District police Commander and 20 armed police officers who embarked on the swoop within the the targeted ghettos around Kyebi and it's environs.
In the process, the police stormed Akyem Sagyimase where they arrested the suspects who were allegedly trading in narcotics.
The woman, allegedly prevented the police from arresting her son, while struggling with the officers, she slapped the police commander in his face, but she was over powered by the other armed officers.
The police managed to retrieve 20 wraps of substance suspected to be narcotics, several dried leaves suspected to be marijuana,a lighter and a knife from the suspects.
Meanwhile, the suspects as gathered will face the law court.
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