A Nigerian national has been arrested in Florida after drugs were found at his premises. According to reports, when the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department(JMPD) K9 unit was conducting patrols in Florida, they noticed suspicious activity outside a house on 6th Avenue, Florida.
When officers finally entered the apartment, they found the Nigerian national in possession of drugs(crystal meth and dagga).
The suspect is reportedly being detained at Florida SAPS. The capture of the suspect is indeed commendable and if found guilty, he will have to face punishment for his crime.
When the report was shared on social media, online users reacted to it;
Online users praised JMPD officers for the arrest as it would help take drugs off the streets. These drugs are detrimental to the development of our society, hence, we must do our best to prevent them from flooding the country.
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