After allegedly attacking a university student and robbing him of his mobile phone and other valuables, two Machakos police officers are currently in custody.Kevin Sila and David Muringu are accounted for to have assaulted two Machakos College students as they went to their rented quarters in the early long periods of Monday morning.
"With resounding slaps as they ransacked his pockets," according to a statement from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).The duo, who were on a motorbike registration number KMTE 363W, flagged down the students before descending on one of them with resounding slaps as they ransacked his pockets.
DCI wrote, "His roommate, on the other hand, narrowly escaped the attack and fled screaming, attracting neighbors who also happened to be students from the university." The distressed calls were then answered by students on the premises, who saved the accosted student.
After returning the stolen phone, the two police officers failed to flee because officers from the Machakos police station had already arrived and arrested them.Until their arraignment in court, the two will remain in police custody at the Machakos police station.
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