Bengaluru: 2 with drugs worth 1 crore land in custody | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BENGALURU: Byappanahalli police on Tuesday arrested two Nigerians from behind Bagmane Tech Park, where they had come to allegedly sell MDMA tablets and powder to their customers.
Police seized 3,300 pills and 600 grams of powder, all worth Rs 1 crore from Donchuks Okeke alias Tam Tam alias Dominique, 39, of Hunasamaranahalli and Celestine Anugwa alias Omema, 40, of Kannur village.
Police commissioner Kamal Pant said the duo procured drugs from Leeds in the UK through darknet.
“The accused were aware that the demand for drugs will peak during Christmas and New Year parties in the city. So they got it delivered through postal parcel recently. We are investigating to trace their local associates,” said Pant.
Inspector Venkatachalapathi GN had received credible information about two Nigerians waiting in a car for customers. A team rushed to the spot and arrested the duo.
They came to India a few years ago on business visa. Dominique was earlier arrested by Hennur police on similar charges. He was released on bail and continued his illegal business. Omema is in police custody for the first time.
3 peddlers in CCB net

Central Crime Branch (CCB) police arrested three persons, including a Nigerian, on Tuesday and seized 100 grams of MDMA, one car, a bike and three mobile phones, all worth Rs 5 lakh from them.
The accused are Ude Ude Uja, 33, Prasoon K, 27, of Kasaragod and Anand Chandran KV, 27, of Kannur, Kerala.
They were nabbed when they came to Balaji Layout near Kattigenahalli, Yelahanka to sell drugs.

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