Nigerian Drug dealer Arrested In Thailand After A Wild Chase By Police

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Chinedu Victor Okeke, a Nigerian drug dealer arrested in Thailand, made sure the police sweated on him as he led them on a merry go round after he got busted on Sunday.

Koi Samui policemen and soldiers made hard work of victor’s arrest as he leaped out of the window of his apartment, scaled a fence and dashed across the road to a temple where they eventually pinned him down without making a mincemeat out of him.

Tourist and Immigration police together with some soldiers headed to a rented house in Bophut, after the Koh Samui district chief suspected the foreign tenant was selling drugs on the tourist island.

But 45-year-old Okeke wasn’t going to surrender without a chase. He quickly climbed out of the window, climbed over the fence it and ran into Wat Laem Suwannaram temple.

But the police and soldiers in hot pursuit were faster and more agile as he was caught there and brought back to the house.

A deep search ensued and the police found that the suspect had hidden 4 bags of powder cocaine, weighing 2.5 grams, behind an electrical switch. Within a box containing imported alcohol was hidden 12 bags holding 11.3 grams of cocaine cubes and 27 tubes of the same drug weighing 271.6 grams.

The suspect admitted  that the cocaine was his and that he’d bought it from a Nigerian friend. He said he sold the drugs to both Thai and foreign tourists for 1,000-18,000 baht at various entertainment venues on the island.

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