A homicide presume who was on the pursued killing a 7-year-old kid and harming his mom has been captured.
Lydiah Kipng'etich assaulted her manager's family on September 24 in Baringo's Marigat sub-area prior to escaping.
DCI chief George Kinoti said on Monday that Kipng'etich 24, was equipped with a panga and a rungu during the assault.
On the game changing evening, Kinoti said Kipng'etich crawled into the main room of her manager horrifyingly assaulting her in her rest.
The lady was assaulted on her arms, head and neck.
"With the man in charge (jail superintendent) away working, the executioner babysitter had figured out an ideal chance to strike his family," Kinoti said.
"It was currently preparing the individual for medical clinic that the neighbors coincidentally found the kid's body concealed under the bed."
Kinoti said the kid had some blood overflowing from the mouth, with no actual wounds.
She was captured twilight of connecting with analysts in a feline and mouse action in Kongasis.
She was accompanied to Marigat Police Station anticipating arraignment at Kabarnet Law Courts tomorrow
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