Nakuru County residents have been given a sigh of relief following the arrest of the dreaded confirm gang leader. The suspect identified as Dickson Macharia Waithera known by his street name as Deco was arrested on Wednesday, August 3, 2022 morning in Nakuru. The gang has been terrorizing residents of Nakuru especially women and has been attributed with several deaths.
Numerous GSU trucks have been spotted at the Westlands Expressway exit. This comes barely a few hours after police in Nakuru County arrested a man they say is the ring leader of the dreaded ‘Confirm’ gang. The gang has been blamed for a number of murders and muggings in the town.
After spending the previous night in detention, Nakuru Town East MP Gikaria was released from police custody on Wednesday on a Sh 50,000 cash bail. Peter Mwanzo, the commander of the Nakuru County Police, said that Mr. Gikaria was released following the payment of the police cash bail and is now free to appear in court as necessary.
Yesterday, police officers from Gilgil arrested and detained a form three boy after he attacked and assaulted his two sisters. The boy who is a son to one of Gilgil parliamentary candidate attacked his sisters on Monday and stabbed them 28 times. https://www.facebook.com/224865787558662/posts/5776781869033665/?mibextid=ENH18u9XQZmzX45P Photo courtesy
On Friday, police officers reportedly gunned down four suspects alleged to be members of the outlawed Confirm Gang from Nakuru. According to the area police boss Peter Mwanzo, the four young men shot at cops before the officers returned fire killing four on the spot. Well, speaking after identifying their bodies, families to these young men have dispelled rumors that their kins were thugs.
The MP for Nakuru East constituency in Nakuru county has been arrested by police. According to the report aired by Inooro FM, the MP was arrested following an altercation in one of the polling station in the county. Further details indicate that the MP is currently defending his MP seat in the constituency, a contest that has attracted three other contenders.
The August Elections has seen Kenyans turn up in large numbers to vote for their prreffered leaders in the elections that are expected to change the way in which Kenyans have been living. The cost of living, corruption was the main agendas among presidential candidates during their Campaigns period.
Yesterday, Kenyans were shocked when the Nakuru County Police Commander, Peter Mwanzo, revealed that they had found the head of a woman who had been found murdered a few weeks ago. Picture courtesy. Eunice Akhetenje. Police also revealed the identity of the woman as Eunice Akhetenje who hailed from Kakamega and had been working at Rhonda in Nakuru County as a domestic manager according to the reports.
Nakuru County has been a hotspot of criminal activities in the past few months with the government doing its best to ensure that the gangs are eliminated and peace and calm is restored in the region with immediate effect. The Interior Security Cabinet Secretary announced a change of leadership in police in the area with Beatrice Kiraguri being transfered from the County barely a year after her appointment.
Police in Nakuru have successfully recovered the head of a 20 year old woman who was brutally killed and beheaded in Barut, Nakuru West two weeks ago. Nakuru West Police commander Peter Mwanzo revealed that police officers recovered the head in a pit latrine 15 feet deep four kilometers from where the mutilated body was found dumped.
The newly appointed Nakuru police commander Peter Mwanzo has started off on a higher not to eradicate the criminal activities. Mwanzo's administration has reportedly arrested the man behind the beheading of a woman and a man in Nakuru. The suspect was arrested in Bomet after the police were directed to him by the relative.
On Friday last week, four members of the outlawed Confirm Gang members were gunned down by cops in a dramatic night of violence. According to Nakuru police boss Peter Mwanzo, they ordered the young men to surrender before they opened fire leading to a fierce shoot out.
The police have disclosed the identity of lady whose body was found dumped in Barut, Nakuru County with the head missing. They revealed that the main suspect to the murder case directed them to a pit latrine where Eunice Akhatenje's (the murdered woman) head had been dumped.
National Police Service officers acting on confidential intelligence reports from a local administration today recovered several military fatigue. The operation which was led by the area commander Mr Peter Mwanzo have earlier today recovered military tactical gear from a house in Pangani area, Nakuru County. The operation by the security agencies comes a few days after another serious unit of crime busters who were deployed to end the widespread insecurity in the region.
A few days ago reports emerged that four young men had been shot dead by police after an exchange of fire between police and Members of the Confirm Gang in Nakuru County. Picture courtesy. Image of those that were shot. This is after the Interior Security docket ordered a crackdown by police in Nakuru after four women were raped, killed and their bodies set on fire by members of the dreaded Confirm Gang.
Sleuths in Nakuru have finally managed to positively identified the body of lady who was found brutally murdered and her head also missing. According to the police the young lady who was heavily pregnant during the horrifying murder has been identified as Eunice Akhatenje. Detectives positively identified the lady after arresting her lover who is suspected to have committed the heinous act.
Photo/Courtesy Nakuru Police officers have arrested a Mastermind said to be the leader of a dangerous crew identified as "Confirm" gang. The alleged gang leader identified as Dickson Macharia Waithera, alias Deco was arrested during a police operation following an increase in crime in the city over the past weeks.
The head of a 20-year-old woman who was killed and cut off in Barut, Nakuru West, two weeks ago has been found by police in Nakuru. Peter Mwanzo, who is in charge of the Nakuru West Police Station, said that the head was found in a pit latrine that was 15 feet deep and four kilometers from where the mutilated body was found.
Police have revealed the identity of the woman whose torso was found dumped in Nakuru two weeks ago. This came after the main suspect in the murder of the woman ushered police to a pit latrine in the Barut, where he allegedly dumped the woman- Eunice Akhatenje’s head.
Following information passed in confidence to the local administration, police officers led by the area County Commander Mr. Peter Mwanzo have earlier today recovered military tactical gear from a house in Pangani area, Nakuru County. Coming fast on a backdrop of heightened security activities following a spate of criminality by gangs in the city, security officers flanked by the sub-county security committee witnessed the display of an assortment of gears by our crime scene personnel.