8.4 C
New York
Friday, December 8, 2023

Police Parade 102 Notorious Criminals In Edo



- Advertisement -
Police Parade 102 Notorious Criminals In Edo

Police Parade 102 Notorious Criminals In Edo

Edo State Police Command on Friday paraded no fewer than 102 suspects, arrested for various offences from across the State, ranging from cultism, fraud, kidnapping, armed robbery and murder.

The State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Babatunde Kokumo, who paraded the suspects before journalists at the Command headquarters in Benin, advised criminally-minded persons to either repent or relocate to other places, else, they will face the full wrath of the law.

He alleged that many of suspects who escaped from the long arms of the law in neighbouring States, were caught in Edo following a crack down on criminal hideout in the State.

Many of the suspects confessed to the crimes they were accused of, and narrated their level of involvement in the crimes.

Among the suspects paraded was 14-year-old Anna Amos, who as arrested last Wednesday, for the allegedly murder of 71-year-old Madam Helen Adodo, a day before, by smasshing her head with a stone.

The teenage suspect who had lived with the septuagenarian for about four years at Guobadia Street, in Benin, said some unseen spirit who control her, told her to kill her victim.

Anna further disclosed that the occultic spirit sternly warned her never to disclose that she was the one responsible for the death of her victim.

Also paraded was 26-year-old Wisdom Olocha, an indigenes who was accused of capable of opening any locked door after knocking the door with a wring strapped to his finger.

The suspect who denied opening doors with with rings, however said he was arrested after braking into a car and stealing a woman’s bag from the car.

Items recovered from the various suspects include laptops, cellphones, undisclosed amount of money, banned drugs, cutlasses, assorted sophisticated arms and ammunitions and locally made cut-to-size guns.

The CP, Mr. Kokumo, who commended cross section of the public whom he said supplied the useful information which led to the arrest of the suspects, pleaded with them to sustain the collaboration.

Hey there! Exciting news - we've deactivated our website's comment provider to focus on more interactive channels! Join the conversation on our stories through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media pages, and let's chat, share, and connect in the best way possible!

Join or social media

For even more exclusive content!

Of The Week


- Advertisement -

Of The Week

247Ureports Protects its' news articles from plagiarism as an important part of maintaining the integrity of our website.