A 19-year-old boy was cornered and beaten to a pulp after he was caught in the act with her 15-year-old sister in Bar kowino, Siaya County.
Bondo Sub-County Police commander Justus Amollo who confirmed the incident said the suspect commited the heinous act when his parents were away to attend a burial ceremony in Alego.
The latest development comes only two weeks after two men were found alongised Bar kowino road defiling 17-year-old girl.
Justus said the girl was arrested and his brother rushed to a private hospital within Bondo town for emergency treatment.
"I've never encountered such like an incident before. How can you engage with your sister and there are so many girls around. We are still carrying out investigations into the alleged incident," Justus said.
Police recovered three used condoms and a towel stained with blood beside the bed from the suspect’s house.
According to the local accounts, their parents proceeded to a burial ceremony of one of their aunt who stays in Alego when the incident happened.
The boy was identified as Samuel Tatu, 19, and her sister Judith Achieng, 15, all teenage youths.
Samuel is a form two student at Bar kowino secondary school and the girl a form one student at Mbaga girls secondary school.
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