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Police Detectives Recover Firearm Stolen From Police Officer.

by Paul Nyongesa
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Police Detectives Recover Firearm Stolen From Police Officer.

Detectives based in Kakamega town have this evening recovered a firearm suspected to have been stolen from a police officer.

The Ceska pistol loaded with 15 rounds on 9mm calibre was recovered from three suspects who were holed at a house in Mukumu, Khayega location, following an intensive crackdown mounted by the DCI Western command on criminals and criminal gangs in the area.

Following the evening raid, Joseph Maina, 22, Dennis Githae, 25, and Stanley Githae, 20, were arrested and household goods suspected to have been stolen in various robbery incidents within Kakamega recovered.
The items included laptops, smart phones, television sets, home theatres among other electronic items and kitchenware.

The arrest of the trio and recovery of the firearm comes hours after yet another successful security operation, that led to the arrest of 14 members of a notorious outfit known as ’Mbogi la Izram Teritory’ that has been terrorising local residents with reckless abandon.

Earlier, detectives had received actionable intelligence regarding the suspects who immediately went into hiding, when they got wind that an operation to flush out criminals from the county had reached a crescendo.

The suspects are currently cooling their heels at Khayega police station pending arraignment in court tomorrow morning.

Meanwhile, the recovered firearm shall be forwarded to the Ballistics section of the DCI National Forensic Laboratory, for examination and further analysis on its involvement in previous scenes of armed attacks.

We thank members of the public for their continued support and sharing of information, leading to the successful operation that our security agents have conducted in Kakamega and its environs.

Elsewhere,

young man was arrested on Tuesday after he sneaked to Nyeri Girls school in an attempt to meet his girlfriend, while wearing the girl’s school uniform from head to toe.

According to the police, the young man from Gatugi Day Secondary school, was trying to trace his girlfriend from a crowd of girls walking to their dormitories from their evening preps some minutes past 10 pm, before his trick was uncovered.

A police report indicates that the young man approached one of the girls to enquire about the whereabouts of his girlfriend, but the girl became suspicious since the voice sounded unfamiliar and husky, prompting her to have a closer look at him.

It’s at this time that the girl realized that the person making the inquiry was a man dressed in their school uniform.

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