Police in Kwale County have arrested a man who went missing after killing his wife.
Mr Hammatonn Ismael Karisa has been evading police custody for several months after allegedly killing Ms Neema George Karisa earlier this year. This has been revealed by the criminal investigation police DCI.
The 35-year-old suspect was arrested while trying to enter neighboring country, Tanzania through the Lungalunga border. Investigative reports say the suspect was arrested after he was spotted by a civilian who informed police.
Mr Karisa is suspected to have killing his wife due to family quarrels. Ms Neema had returned to her parents' home in Bamba, Kilifi County.
Mr Karisa went to the parents of the deceased to hold talks with them with the intention of ending the dispute between him and his late wife so that they could reconcile and reunite. Unfortunately, this was a plot by Hammatonn Ismael Karisa to kill Neema.
Later, the body of the deceased was found mutilated at Jila Street in Bamba with injuries.
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