Police at past training scene Several most wanted thugs in Mombasa are currently in police custody after being nabbed by Mtwapa-based DCI detectives. According to a report by DCI this Wednesday, at least five thugs were nabbed, among them ''Bibi ya OCS'', a feared female thug married to one of the most wanted thugs in Mombasa.
The police sector has within Nairobi County as experienced mass transfer of top police officers in a move aimed to streamline the law and order arm of the Government. According to reports, Close to 100 police officers based in Nairobi County mainly Kamukunji, Huruma, and Central police stations have been redeployed to other counties with the Officers Commanding Stations (OCS) Kamukunji and Central among those affected.
Police in Kirinyaga are investigating the death of Wang'uru officer commanding station (OCS) Julius Ndungu. His body was found in his living room by a driver who had come to pick him up. According to Kirinyaga County Criminal Investigations officer Kiplagat Korir, the driver was forced to access his house by climbing the fence after he failed to open the gate.
A body of an infant 7 months old ,has been found today morning by traders in a litter bin,at Tala town near Tala police Station in Matungulu,Machakos county. According to eye witnesses who spoke to Athiani Fm,they had swept the town compound,then as they went to thrown the litter in the bin,they saw something covered with blanket and sheets something that caught their attention.
Eldoret based OCS is in troubles after arresting veteran Standard Group photographer. Patrick Nzuka based at Langas Police post in Eldoret is alleged to have ordered the arrest of veteran photographer Peter Ochieng and his TV Cameraman Simon Chepkwony. It's alleged that the journalists had gone for their assignments in Langas after it was reported that bhang has been intercepted and culprits arrested and they were put in cell in Langas Police Station.
It is very unfortunate, the trend of teenagers engaging in serious crime is worrying, where did rain started beating us, who is to blame, parenting, schooling or entire society? Teenagers lately have been leading in the list of criminals, this comes after police arrested five teenagers aged between 19 and 17 in Mombasa.
Celebrated Standard Media Group photographer Peter Ochieng is currently at the Hospital for medical checkup after sustaining injuries in the hands of police officers. Disclaimer: Image used for illustrative purpose only According to a report via Standard Digital, the journalist landed in trouble after taking photos of bhang seized by the officers in Langas. The OCS ordered for his arrest and was injured in the commotion and was detained for a while. He was however released and had to sought medical attention
Photo used for illustration purposes only The body of Kirinyaga Officer Commanding Station (OCS) who was in charge of Wang'uru Police Station was found lying in his house in Mwea East Sub-County. It is reported that Julius Mwangi Ndung'u made calls to colleagues but none responded.
Julius Ndung'u, an OCS stationed at Mwea East Sub-county Police has been found dead inside his house in Kirinyaga County. Confirming the incident, Mwea East Sub-county Police Commander Daniel Kitavi said his OCS, raised concerns after his driver made several phone calls but all in vein.
Murang'a county has been thrown in a moment of extreme sombre mood following the sudden demise of Murang'a based OCS. According to sources, it was revealed that the OCS was found dead inside his house. It has been revealed that that before the OCS died, he had made several calls.
Nixon Was left confused after doing his investigations he came to learn that Nduvi is dead and has been dumped at City Motuary. Reports also revealed that the deceased full names are James Nduvi and he had serious injuries on the arms and private parts. Nduvi was last seen enjoying a drink with his cousin at Kwa Kim bar before police officers showed up and called him outside.
Eldoret-based Standard Media Group photographer, Peter Ochieng, is receiving treatment after he was allegedly roughed up and injured by police officers attached to Langas Police Station. The veteran photographer sustained injuries and bruises on his neck and hands when police officers manhandled him while being escorted to the cells following an order by the station’s OCS.
A sombre mood has engulfed Wanguru police station after the death of the Officer Commanding Station (OCS) who collapsed and died inside his house in Mwea East Sub-County in Kirinyaga County. According to reports, it is alleged that the officer identified as Julius Mwangi Ndungu had made calls to his colleagues who did not respond at the time until Saturday morning.
Kanguru police officers are mourning the death of the station's OCS, who was discovered dead at his home on Saturday morning. According to a police statement, Julius Mwangi Ndungu, the Officer Commanding Station (OCS), collapsed and died in his home in Kirinyaga County's Mwea East sub-county.
The family, residents and police officers of Wanguru police station in Mwea East Sub County, Kirinyaga County are mourning the sudden death of their Officer Commanding Station (OCS) Julius Mwangi Ndungu. According to K24 digital news reports, the OCS who was not feeling well for sometime before his death had tried to reach out on his calls as he made several calls.
An Officer Commanding Station has been found dead in his house at Mwea East sub county in Kirinyaga county. While confirming the incident, the sub county's Police commander Daniel Kitavi said OCS Julius Ndung'u raised concerns after his driver made several unanswered calls on Sunday.
Death is an irreversible event and a respecter of no man as it claims the lives of the rich and poor. It is so sad and painful as a senior Officer Commanding Station OCS Julius Mwangi Ndungu has collapsed and died in his house in Mwea East, Kirinyaga county.
Reports reaching our desks have confirmed the sad news about the kirinyaga OCS who passed away in a mysterious manner.The OCS is claimed to have been feeling unwell but he did not inform anyone.Officers at the police station where he worked claim that he just excused himself from work on Friday but he didn't inform them about his sickness.
Grief, top OCS has died. The scene is in Mwea East Sub County, Kirinyaga County. Going by the reports, the officer Commanding Station (OCS) collapsed and died inside his house because of illness he was suffering from. According to officers' report, the OCS names are Julius Mwangi Ndungu.
A Kirinyaga Officer Commanding Station (OCS), Julius Mwangi who was in charge of Wangu'ru police station has been found dead in his house in Mwea East sub-county. The officer is said to have died hours after he tried getting in touch with his colleagues through several phone calls but failed to respond until the morning of Saturday, November 20 when they went to check on him in his house.