Lately, cases of police officer being found on the wrong side of the law has increased to a worrying trend with questions raised as to what could be happening in service.
A number of cops have been arrested on different occasions where they were found using their positions to terrorize kenyans.
In another interesting development, a police officer is in custody on robbery with violence charges after he attacked a university student and robbed him of his mobile phone and other valuables.
The officer identified as Kevin Sila and an accomplice had accosted two Machakos University students as they headed to their rented quarters on a bicycle last night.
The duo who were on a motorbike registration number KMTE 363W had flagged down the students in the wee hours of the morning before descending on one of them with resounding slaps as they ransacked his pockets.
His roommate however managed to escape the attack narrowly and took flight screaming, attracting neighbours who also happened to be students from the university.
Minutes later cops arrived at the scene where the officer was nabbed still in possession of the sais phone.
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