A police officer will be spending some time behind bars after he was caught in the act extorting an innocent kenyan at the famous Nakuru-Eldoret barricade.
In a police statement It was reported today the 11th April 2021 at around 1600hrs at kamara multi-agency roadblock along Eldoret - Nakuru Highway MR ZQ 897380 about 2kms North of the police station.
It happened that a motorist driving towards Eldoret from Kericho was arrested by no.230225 PC NICOLAS KINOTI of Mau summit police station and he demanded that the motorist give him ksh 5000/-threatening to escort her to station in default.
In the process, the said officer managed to extort the said motorist ksh 5000/-.
The scene was visited by Koibatek SCPC, Mr. Maxwel Agoro (SSP), SCCIO C.I Walucho Masayi and C.I Jabado OCS makutano police station where the said officer was escorted to makutano police station alongside his private car reg no.KCX 072B .
Search was conducted on the officer and Ksh 2,300/= was recovered inside his jacket, and Ksh 9,000/= inside the car all totaling to ksh 11,300/- in different denominations.
The m/vehicle detained and the recovered money kept as exhibit. Case PBC.
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