Police nab four for allegedly killing two in Delta
Police operatives attached to Delta State Intelligence Bureau (SIB), yesterday, arrested one Okwudili Obi and three others over the alleged murder of Sunday Nwachukwu and Fidelis Amani in 2017 in Asem-Uku community in Ndokwa-East Local Government Area of the state.
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Bright Edafe, told newsmen in Asaba that the police successfully arrested Obi, a notorious principal suspect, and his gang for alleged involvement in “a case of multiple murder and arson that destroyed many houses in the community.”
He said the suspects, who had been on the wanted list of the command, were found with three cutlasses, six daggers, one long sword, and charms wrapped with red/white blood-stained cloths.
The image maker also said that the police’s quick response team raided black spots on April 14, 2021, at Orerokpe, within Modisco Street, opposite army checkpoint, Jeddo, where Nelson Newman, 27, was arrested with 35 wraps of skunkweed and other quantity of skunkweed inside the black nylon bag.
Also, in the sequel to a tip-off, the operatives of the command arrested one Michael Oghorume, 19, a suspected member of a notorious cult gang, who allegedly murdered one Timaya.
Edafe said the suspect was arrested at Eyara community in Otu-Jeremi, adding that he had made the useful statement, which led to the arrest of one timothy Samuel, 20, of Eyara community and three others at the early hours of the fateful day.
According to him, one double-baralled cut-to-size gun, some rolls of electric cable wire, and one cutlass were recovered from them while the suspects and exhibits were transferred to SCID for further investigations.
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