Police officers in Kisii are currently holding a middle age Bodaboda rider, for allegedly defiling and killing a teenage girl in the bush near Kisii town.
Police in their statements are saying a 14-year-old girl had sought motorcycle services from the suspect, to ride from a school to her residence near Kisii town.
Instead of taking her through the normal route, he took the girl through a busy route near the maize plantation.
The bushy route led him to a bushy area in Kawenda market, where he allegedly abused his passenger by having canal knowledge with her before stabbing her to death using a sharp object.
According to police, the suspect told them that he always had sexual fantasies with young girls, and the desire of having canal knowledge with the alleged girl saw this as a God sent opportunity.
The mother of the girl narrated to the court the pain she went through after her daughter went missing on that particular day.
She told the chief magistrate that she was informed that a body had been found near the maize plantation, what she left dumbstruck, learning that the victim was her daughter.
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