A homicide speculate who was being carried to a Nakuru clinic has been rearrested after he broke a cuff and figured out how to leap out of a police vehicle.
As indicated by the report, police had safeguarded Mwangi from anarchy who blamed him for killing a female companion in Kirima on Thursday, June 10.
"Mwangi was being accompanied after he was exposed to horde treachery and was truly harmed on the head, chest and swollen hands," the report expressed.
Subsequent to saving from him the jaws of death, the officials cuffed Mwangi and packaged him into a Landcruiser with Maki and Kagia guarding him at the back.
However, different officials selected to utilize a non military personnel vehicle, Nissan Note, to follow the Landcruiser to offer support if the suspect got fierce.
As they headed towards the clinic, the suspect turned on the two officials; he broke the cuff prior to wrestling the two officials who attempted to control him.
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