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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Police Capture Kidnap Kingpin, 24 Suspected Cultists in Delta


The Delta Police Command has captured three kidnap bosses, and 24 presumed cultists in Sapele, Effurun in the state while it recouped a few arms, 82 rounds of 7.62mm ammo. 

The Police Image Maker in the state, Mr. Andrew Aniamaka who affirmed the capture of the suspects in an announcement he marked, and issued, a duplicate made accessible to our correspondent, expressed that one Christian Jonathan Akpojotor, 30 years of age, Bernard Umukoro (false name Omolomo) 25 years, and Peter Okon, 37 years were captured on a tip-off by the Police Anti Kidnapping and Robbery of the summon. 

The announcement clarified that one Peter Emejemute Williams was driving in a Toyota Camry close by a co-inhabitant by furnished men who supposedly blocked him along Akwunakwi street Ughelli, and whisked him away in his vehicle to an obscure goal. The announcement additionally clarified that the police following up on a tip-off, and knowledge assembled, affected the captured of Christian Jonathan Akpojotor in whose ownership the casualty's two telephones were recuperated including that the presume's capture of his group individuals who admitted to be posse bosses working in Benin city, Edo State and also the capture of one Peter Okah who the suspects purportedly purchased the casualty's Toyota Camry. 

On burglary, the Police Command said that three suspects; Edejero Ureye, 32 years, Solomon Ureye 58 years, and Afferay Editor were captured on account of affirmed theft in Uzere, Isoko South Local Government Area of the state. 

The Police Image Maker disclosed that continuation of the capture of one Afferay Editor, 33 years of age from Uzere people group, an infamous suspect was purportedly associated with arrangement equipped burglary/seizing in the range, including that 2 manufactured Ak 47 rifles, an Automated gun, 2 single barrel rifles, 2 privately made guns, 82 rounds of ammo including a package containing cannabis sativa, Indian hemp, 4 cell phones, and penetrating machines/gear utilized, privately made firearms were recouped. On cultism, the police unveiled that 24 associated individuals with the Eiye confraternity, some of whom, Joseph Okwuene 19 years, Onyenka Izudeka, 23 years, Awele Okafor 21 years, Maxwell Ligon, 26 years, Irorevil Sunday 20 years Igho Lucky 19 years, Ohworo Godwell 18 years, and Ajeronu Prosper 14 years, among others were captured on a tip-off, including that their capture was made conceivable through knowledge assembling in Ughelli last Monday in their hiodeout. 

The Police, accordingly, included that the suspects would be charged to court on finish of examination, and guaranteed duty of the summon to guarantee all types of criminal exercises are conveyed to book.

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