Chinese national arrested for possessing cocaine. Says the drug was planted by police who arrested him

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A 28 year old Chinese national who was arrested for possessing cocaine told the court in his defence that the dangerous drug belonged to an assistant inspector of the police. Yu Yazhou, who is the owner of Rui-Tai Investment, a gold extracting company pleaded not guilty to possessing cocaine.

Yu said two police officers named Evidence Hanya and Washington Rimayi were the owners of the cocaine and had planted the cocaine to frame him,

They wanted to plant the cocaine into my car for reasons best known to them.

The court heard that Detective Assistant Inspector Hanya conducted body search and recovered two plastic sachets containing a white powder wrapped in a piece of bond paper. The sachets were in Yu’s front denim trousers’ pocket. He was arrested. The white substance was sent for analysis at ZRP Forensic Science Laboratory and it tested positive for cocaine. The cocaine weighed 0,94 grams and has a street value of $75.

More: Herald



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