A police boss was today involved in a dramatic scene after junior Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI) attached from the EACC laid a trap for the Officer Commanding Station(OCS) Eregi police post. The DCI detectives had a hard time trying to arrest the officer, Wilson Kangogo who was armed with a government registered fire arm where he resisted every attempt to be handcuffed. There was a security scare when he whipped out the pistol only for the detectives to forcibly disarm him.
According to K24, the incident which happened at Eregi market is said to have been a sting operation after corruption allegations against him by a victim Jeremiah Gumbi. The victim was coerced by the officer to give him a bribe of 500 shillings to help secure help a case of house breaking and stealing where he was the complainant.
The suspect was driven to Kakamega's Malaika police station after the arrest and the case belonging to the Kakamega ODPP office file was attached waiting for the charging of the senior officer.
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