A consultant in information technology has been arrested for assaulting a police officer, inappropriately touching her breasts, and aiding a criminal in escaping.
Felix Karani assaulted Faith Macharia willfully and illegally at a roundabout in DT Dobie along Enterprise Road in Nairobi's Industrial Area.
Macharia and her colleague were patrolling the area surrounding the roundabout when they stopped a female driver and requested her license. The woman informed the cops that she had left her driver's license at home.
When the officers verified the woman's information in the NTSA system, they discovered that her license had expired.
They then requested that she park alongside the road. However, Karani suddenly came and began filming the officers while yelling at the woman not to give them any money. He instructed the officers to request that the woman drive to the police station.
Then, Karani wanted to see Macharia's identification badge and service number. He went ahead and forcibly unbuttoned her reflective jacket to view her service number. In the process, Karani tore the officer's reflective vest and injured him.
Bodaboda riders and a male officer in civilian attire came to Macharia's rescue and restrained Karani from further assaulting her.
He was subsequently taken into custody and taken to the police station.
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