I February this year, Eunice Kavinya walked in Kathonzweni police station, and her main objective was to report their son.
According to Kavinya, their son had become a village nuisance with his bad behavior and so she opted to involve the administration to help discipline him.
The son, Benjamin Mutiso was later apprehended by Kathonzweni police officers and locked in the police station.
"On 4th Feb I arrested him, and with the help of our assistant chief, he was taken to Kathonzweni police station where he was locked together with the chicken that he had stolen," Eunice narrates.
Later, Benjamin was to be taken to Makueni Law Courts at Wote where he was handed three years in jail for his offense.
Eunice however twists her encounter with the police who are now her regular visitors over allegations that their son have already escaped from the Makueni prison.
According to Makueni police boss Joshua Mutiso, the convict has for sure escaped from the prison and his officers are working to apprehend him.
Joshua narrates that they have information that the convict has been spending time at home since when he escaped from the prison.
"We are not harassing the family, we got a tip off from village managers that the convict was at home, our officer went and he even ran over the fence escaping, we must apprehend that person," Joshua narrated.
The family has raised concerns that police officers who visit their home go the extend of harassing them to produce their son.
"Our officers are not people who don't understand, and they go with instructions, there are even those who are camping at the homestead now, we have information he spend at the home last night," the prison boss maintained.
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