Five security officers will be arraigned and charged with murder at the High Court in Nairobi tomorrow.
They are connected to the murder of Caleb Otieno at the Changamwe Police line, Mombasa.
A report from the Independent Policing Oversight Authority stated that Mr Otieno succumbed hours after he was nabbed on suspicion of possessing illegal alcohol ,Changáa at Mikindani on September 18, 2018.
Four of the suspects were nabbed differently in Mombasa and Nairobi, while the other is still missing but has been asked to surrender.
IPOA probed the death after the Station's commandant filed the murder incident.
Security officers are expected to file such killings and serious injuries.
An autopsy performed on the body of the deceased showed that he succumbed to multiple injuries caused by a blunt force.
IPOA received witness reports, alongside security officers who were on duty plus others who witnessed when Otieno was being nabbed.
He was nabbed at 6pm and locked at the police station as unknown.
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