A senior police officer who was in the fore front to effect a court warrant on an illegal group of suspects was injured in the ensuing melee. The bloody incident led to the officer to loose two of his teeth after he confronted the trespassers who retaliated by stoning the victim.
According to K24 digital news media platform, Felix Nyagwa was hit with a stone injuring his lips and plucking out his front teeth when they tried to evict the suspects who were squatting on private land. The Milimani Commercial Court had issued an eviction order to the land owner who requested the help of the Officer Commanding Mlolongo Police Station.
In the ensuing commotion, over 50 live round of bullets were fired by the squadron of officers who came to the rescue of their boss before rushing him for emergency medical treatment. Over 300 illegal settlers were evicted and their structures demolished to avoid them coming back.
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