By Fredrick Ameka.
Multi-Agency security team in Nairobi County are on toes to restrain insecurity issues in the capital city, Nairobi. The security agencies continues to record great success in accomplishing its objective of maintaining law and order in the country.
This is after police in Nairobi have arrested a notorious criminal suspected to be a notorious mugger in the capital city causing insecurity and fear among the public.
Police say the suspect whose has been identified as Dickson Gatonga Njeri was identified by several victims who have been mugged. The suspected criminal has been operating in Huruma and Kariobangi areas in the capital city.
However, during their patrol along Outer Ring Road, the police received intelligence that led to the arrest of the suspect.
Upon search, police officers successfully recovered a kitchen knife from him that he is suspected to have been using it to rob innocent Kenyans in the city.
Gatonga is currently behind bars awaiting processing and arraignment in Court over his criminal offences which saw Nairobians decry for insecurity recently.
This follows just after another prime suspect behind the brutal killing of Keagan Githua was arrested in the same capital city and the killer weapon recovered.
The suspect, Devone Mboya Odero was arrested last evening at the busy Githurai matatu termini by DCI detectives who have been surching for him since the incidence happend.
The arrest of the duo comes after detectives from DCI completed investigations into the macabre killing of Keagan, 24-year-old on October 30, 2022, leading to a public outcry on the rising cases of attacks
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