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New Details Emerge How Serial Killer Masten Wanjala Used Curfew Confusion to Escape From Police Cell

Masten Millimo Wanjala, the self-confessed serial killer behind the murders of more than 10 minors took advantage of a curfew confusion at the Jogoo Road police station to escape.

On Tuesday night, sources at the station say police officers arrested a big number of curfew violators and brought them to the station.

"They had captured many individuals who were outside past time limitation hours and they all couldn't be put at the holding regions," says the police source who wouldn't be named. "This constrained the officials to put the violators inside the cells where Masten was being held." 

Masten was killed by an incensed horde at Mukhweya town, Bungoma, on Friday, simply three days after he got away. 

At first light, cops chose to deliver the check in time violators and in the disarray, he blended with them and figured out how to escape where it was found hours after the fact that he was absent. 

Three cops — Police Inspector Philip Mbithi and Police Constables Boniface Mutuma and Precious Mwende — were captured blamed for purportedly supporting Milimo's departure.

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