A police man has been accused by a suspect accused of stealing from a prominent company of also stealing from him in a bizarre case. The incident which is said to have happened a fortnight ago indicates that a suspect identified as Ismael Ben Otieno was found vandalizing and stealing over 20 toilet knobs from KEnya Re-Insurance Plaza building.
According to K24 digital news platform, the suspect claimed before a Milimani Law Court that a police officer who arrested him stole an expensive Rolex wrist watch engraved with gold from him. This was however disapproved by the prosecutor who told the presiding judge that the accused actually jumped bail over another pending theft case that he has which prompted the lower court to issue an arrest warrant.
The prosecution termed the allegations as comical and an attempt to win the judges pity while urging the honorable court to deny the accused any bond as he is a flight risk.The magistrate gave the police 7 days to issue a report on the claims by the accused.
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