Safety operatives in Cambodia have arrested a 33-year-old Nigerian nationwide, Lebechi Charles Kelechi for drug trafficking.
Police from the Anti-Drug Division of the Ministry of Inside, on Tuesday, October 12, stated that the Nigerian allegedly trafficked practically half a kg of medicine into the nation.
In response to native media, on October 9 at 8:30 p.m, the specialised power from the Anti-Drug power, led by the Deputy Director of the Division, Lt. Col. Vor Vuthea, and with the coordination of the Deputy Prosecutor of the Phnom Penh Municipal Court docket, Sith Vann investigated and cracked down on a drug trafficking case.
The operation led to the arrest of the Nigerian man in Sangkat Boeung Tumpun, Khan Meanchey, Phnom Penh. 499.40 grams of methamphetamine (ICE) have been present in his possession.
Kelechi held a passport with the quantity A08315794. Police reported that he additionally had a false occupation.
The suspect and the medication have been taken by the police. He can be despatched for authorized processing and the medication have been stored as proof.