Three police officers have been arrested for allegedly aiding the escape of self-confessed serial killer Masten Millimo Wanjala.
Police Inspector Philip Mbithi and Police Constables Boniface Mutuma and Precious Mwende all of Jogoo Police Station are in custody.
The three, who were arrested by their colleagues from the Nairobi Regional Criminal Investigations Office are expected in court.
They will be accused of helping escape from legal guardianship and disregard of true obligation in spite of segment 124 and 128 of the Penal code individually.
The obligation official saw that Wanjala was absent at around 7 am on Wednesday. He was normal in court that morning to confront 13 counts of homicide.
Buruburu Sub-County Police Commander Francis Kamau said Wanjala got away in hazy conditions Tuesday night with reports demonstrating that he might have evaded during supper time or from there on as there was a force power outage at the station somewhere in the range of 3pm and 8pm.
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