The Lagos state police command has arrested a man, identified as Adeyemi Abayomi a resident of No15, Itire road, surulere, for allegedly unleashing his dogs to attack police operatives, who came to invite him to their station on Tuesday march 2.
It was gathered that, a woman, Madam Nneka Regina who resides at Lagos street, Ebute metta lodged a complaint at the surulere division that the suspect was illegally occupying her property, and also alleged a threat to her life by the suspect.
A policewoman, inspector Atim Umoh was bitten by the dogs, and still receiving treatment in the hospital.
Reacting to the incident, the Lagos state police command spokesman, Muyiwa Adejobi said "The police operatives attached to surulere division were sent to invite the suspect before he ordered his dogs to attack them. "The commissioner of police, Lagos state CP Hakeem Odumosu has ordered that the man be arrested and taken to the state CID for investigation and prosecution, while his dogs be picked up by the police dog section (K-9) further action"
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