Different forms of crimes are reportedly happening day by day across different counties here in Kenya and other parts of the world. Some of these crimes include transporting illegal things and items, murder, suicide, kidnapping, drugs trafficking, robbery with violence among others.
According to the news reports that has been shared by TV47 news Kenya today one thug suspect has been shod dead by Kisumu detectives after him and his colleagues tried to intercept a truck lorry that was allegedly arrested by detectives for illegal transportation of fake sugar.
The suspect and his colleagues were allegedly using over 20 vehicles and unknown number of motorcycles hence tried to hijack that truck and police vehicles by spreading bullets on police motorcade inorder to assist their colleague to escape on that mission of fake sugar transportation.
One police officer was seriously injured during that scene and more than ten suspects were arrested by detectives and taken to Chwele police station as they wait to be taken to court as the DCI do their Investigation to know the owner of that sugar.
Kenyans netizens have sparked mixed reactions concerning that incident whereby some section of them have warned youths against committing crimes because crime does not pay and have more serious consequences.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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