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Drug bust in Dolam


by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

A drug bust in Dolam, Katutura, involving two female teens of whom one is a minor, took place last week putting three other adults behind bars.
All five of the accused live at the same residence where the 540 grams of cannabis was found but the teens told a social worker that they did not know anything about the cannabis.
The cannabis is valued at N$5 400.
Simon Eiseb, Eveline Uiras and Ivan Uirab appeared in court last week on charges of dangerous dependence - producing drugs dealing/possession.
Uiras is now out on bail, while the teenagers were released on warning.
However, warrants of arrest were issued after the teenagers failed to show up in court last week.
The case will be heard again on 6th November this year for the teens’ first appearance.