Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officials have precluded that there is no chance of the man being accused of terrorism related charges.
The State has arranged two checks that incorporate bringing in an airplane (drone) without the authority of Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA). Police additionally need the man to answer to charges of operating the robot without a grant.
Investigation by police show that the man, Hind Jeremy, 37, showed up in the country on March 7 on a three-month traveler Visa. From that point forward, he has been to Diani, Kwale visiting companions. Last evening, he was realised on Sh20,000 money bail and was requested to present himself at Milimani court today.
On Monday, there was alarm after the drone wandered into the DP's home with police moving in rapidly. Nairobi Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi said Ruto's wife, Rachel revealed seeing the robot catching occasions at the compound.
"On Monday at around 3pm, Rachel saw the robot when she was in the house and detailed it to police who caught it," said Nthumbi.
It is accepted that the drone came from a neighbor's compound. "Police went there and recovered the robot. It had memory cards which were likewise recovered. We have included DCI and Anti-Terror Police Unit and National Intelligence Service. We will include different bodies, for example,KCAA."
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