The Abia State Police Command has captured sergeant Chinatu Onyema, who supposedly slaughtered two people in Aba, the business center point of the state fourteen days back.
The State Police order had announced Onyema needed a week ago.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Geoffrey Ogbonna, disclosed to The PUNCH on Monday that Onyema was captured on Saturday in Akunakpu town inside the Isiala Ngwa police division.
The cop with power No. 461624, who was once in the past appended to the Department of Operations at the state police base camp, Umuahia, was on uncommon obligation at Crunchies Fried Chicken Ltd in Aba where he supposedly carried out the wrongdoing.
It was assembled that the occurrence occurred on Constitution Crescent Road where Onyema went to a misery call put by a driver with Crunchies Fried Chicken Ltd recognized as Njoku Uzoma.
The police said he had no authorisation for such endeavor where he supposedly shot two people.
The PPRO included that the suspect is as of now confronting precise room preliminary after which he would confront indictment in court.
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