The Delta State Police Command has marched killer, pyro criminal, and clique suspects captured for different offenses in the state.
Representative of the order, DSP Bright Edafe, who unveiled this in an assertion on Thursday, April 15, said agents captured one Okwudili Obi, a famous chief suspect for a situation of numerous killings and fire related crimes in Ndokwa East Local Government Area.
“On 14/04/2021 at about 1130hrs Police operatives attached to Delta state intelligence Bureau (SIB) , after series of intelligence gathering, with the assistance of the command’s tactical teams, in a sting operation stormed Asem-Uku Community in Ndokwa East LGA and successfully arrested one Okwudili Obi ‘m’ and three others,” Edefa stated.
“Okwudili Obi is a native of the Community and a notorious principal suspect in a case of multiple murders and arsons that destroyed many houses in the community. Okwudili Obi happens to be one of the principal suspect involved in the murder of one Sunday Nwachukwu and Fidelis Amani, who were allegedly murdered sometime in the year 2017 in Asemo-Uku Community in NDOKWA East LGA. He and his cohort have been on the wanted list of the command,” he added.
“Items recovered from the suspects includes three cutlasses, six daggers, one long sword, charms wrapped with red/white blood stained cloths. The case is still under investigation with a view to arresting his accomplices who are currently at large.”
In another turn of events, the police on 13/04/2021, in view of specialized Intelligence Gathering, The Divisional Police Officer ‘A’ Division Warri, CSP T.Y. Mahmud assembled Patrol groups appended to the Division and raged Hausa Quarters along Warri/Sapele Road which turns out to be one of the famous blaze focuses in Warri and captured one Alix Oivwighren, 29.
Edafe said the suspect supposedly took 3 arranged telephones and embellishments from one Stella Othere in her shop situated at Airport Junction, Warri.
Further examination prompted the capture of one Sani Mohammed, 38, of Hausa Quarters Warri who purportedly purchased the taken telephones. Likewise found in his ownership were three other taken telephones Including a Samsung Android telephone. Every one of the shows have been recuperated. The two suspects are as of now being questioned and will be charged to court while exertion is being heightened for potential connections their associates.
In complete consistence with the mandate of the Commissioner of Police Delta State, CP Ari Muhammed Ali, to strike and get serious dark spots, the Divisional Police Officer, CSP T.Y Mahmud on 14/04/2021 at about 1815hrs at Orerokpe nearby Government Area dependent on insight assembled activated speedy reaction group appended to ‘A’ Division Warri and raged a dark spot inside Modisco Street Opposite armed force check point Jeddo.
“One Nelson Newman (m) age 27yrs of same location was captured with 35 wraps of skunk weed and other amount of skunk weed inside dark nylon sack all suspected to be Indian Hemp. In view of starter examination, he is suspected to be a significant seller in Indian hemp and has given helpful data that will prompt the capture of his companions,” the assertion says.
The PPRO said the order likewise captured a presume engaged with the homicide of supposed clique individuals in Otu-Jeremi.
“Sequel to the cult clash that led to the killing of some alleged cult members some time ago in Otu-Jeremi, the Commissioner of Police Delta State CP Ari Muhammed Ali ordered that the Divisional Police Officer Otu-Jeremi Division must fish out those suspects involved and bring them to book.
“The Divisional Police Officer, SP Pius Eredei in compliance has been on the lookout, and after due intelligence gathering acted on a tip off and on 12/4/2021 at about 0500hrs arrested one Michael Oghorume ‘m’ aged 19yrs who allegedly murdered one Timaya surname unknown and also suspected to be a member of dominion confraternity cult,”
Timaya was arrested at Eyara Community in Otu-Jeremi. The suspect made useful statement which led to the arrest of one Timothy Samuel, 20, of Eyara Community and three others on13/4/2021.
Items recovered from them include one double barrel cut to size gun, some rolls of electric cable wire and one cutlass.