The were was drama at Kadewa police station after Irate residents stormed the police station calling for the area Chief's arrest.
According to Martin Kosgey the area chief escaped after he was found scooping another man's honeypot.
It has emerged that the two had been eying each other's for quite some time before they were busted.
Residents vowed not leave the station if the rogue chief was not arrested for his actions.
However, Londiani police boss Joseph Muthungi has toured the scene and is trying to restore calm.
Lately, so many lives have been lost after some of the spouses were found cheating or eying people out of wedlock.
Most of these incidents have led to brutal killings with some left nursing life threatening injuries.
In a recent shocking incident, a young man sais to be in high school was mercilessly hacked to death after he was caught in bed with a 35-year-old lady.
After the shocking act the husband went to the police station and reported the shocking act.
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