Policemen arrest Police officer for allegedly killing two people.
By Adegori22 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Officers of the Abia state police command have arrested one of their own, Sergent Chinatu Onyema who allegedly ran into hiding after shooting two victims dead.
The arrest was disclosed in a statement today by Geoffrey Ogbonna, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in Abia.
Sergent Onyema who was declared wanted by the police command after he allegedly committed the murder was arrested on Saturday at Akunakpu Village.
Prior to the incident, Onyema was on special duty at Crunchies Fried chicken located in Aba where he killed two people. Onyema rushed to a distress call by Njoku Uzoma, a driver with the said organisation which he had no authorisation for.
The outcome of the sergeant attending to the distress call was the death of two people.
The PPRO disclosed that the suspect will be charged to court after facing orderly room trial.
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