Police Discover New Breeding Grounds For Criminal Activities That May Put Kenya At Risk Of Terrorism
Acting on information received via #FichuakwaDCI hotline. Detectives from the Transnational Organized Crime Unit backed up by Cybercrime sleuths stormed an office in the Eastlight area of Nairobi and discovered shocking items. The items in the office as retrieved by the detectives paint a picture of how aliens have been aided by criminals to gain access into our country and avoid being detected by the police radars.
In a well coordinated swoop detectives from DCI together with their counterparts from Transnational Organized Crime Unit (TOCU) pounced on and arrested 34 year old Buna Mohammed Bakari with an unspecified amount of cocaine. Buna Mohammed Bakari. Bakari was arrested along Utange-Shanzu road in north-coast Mombasa driving motor vehicle registration KBM 041 L. The detectives found the drugs concealed in a woven shopping bag wrapped with a clear nylon paper. Immediately samples were sent to the government chemist
Cybercrime sleuths in Nairobi are investigation an incident where a syndicate involved in printing and producing fake government documents were busted following a tip-off from the public. The syndicate that has been operating with Easleigh estate in Nairobi were nabbed yesterday. Six suspects who are under police custody were found in an apartment on 1st avenue, 3rd street.
Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) apprehended a six-gang syndicate in Eastleigh, Nairobi, on Tuesday, October 19. The gang, which works on First Avenue and Third Street, has been implicated in the processing of fraudulent papers and the sale of them to the general public.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officers on Tuesday, October 19, arrested a six-gang syndicate in Eastleigh, Nairobi. The gang which operates on 1st avenue 3rd street, has been involved in processing fake documents, and selling them to the public. According to the statement given by the DCI officers, they were able to ambush the gang with the help of the Transnational Organized Crime Unit backed up by Cybercrime detectives.
NAIROBI, Kenya, October 20 - Six suspects from a union involved in printing forged government documents have been arrested in Eastleigh, Nairobi County. The suspects were arrested by detectives from the Transnational Organized Crime Unit of the Criminal Investigations Directorate with the support of cybercrime detectives on Tuesday following a raid on an establishment on 1st Avenue, 3rd Street, where national identity cards, refugee registration documents, university certificates and other documents were processed illegally.
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