The form three girl who was accused of beating up and injuring two police officers in Ugunja has been released from the police custody on free bond.
Sheril Awino, a student of Rambula Secondary, was on Monday freed from police custody after the complainants Dennis Mugo – her boyfriend – and Solomon Kipchumba failed to produce a P3 form to aid with the case.
The form, a standard practice in assault cases, is used to request for medical examination to determine nature and extent of body injuries.
The girl had been arrested after it emerged that one of the officers, police constable Dennis Mugo, had a fight with the girl in his house and was attacked with a broken glass at around midnight on Friday.
“…the suspect picked a broken piece of glass from a broken glassed table and attacked the victim by cutting him on his head and on the left upper arm,” reads the police report.
Following the attack, Mugo is said to have screamed for help, catching the attention of another police officer, Solomon Kipchumba, who rushed to the scene.
Awino allegedly attacked Kipchumba, cutting him in the lower lip using a broken piece of glass.
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