By Emma OBIAMIWE, Investigator Correspondent, Asaba/
*The Suspect with the sack of garri and the locally made gun…
ASABA- POISED to evolving a Police force with human face in line with the Inspector-General of Police IGP Alkali Usman Baba’s policy trust, the Commissioner of Police Delta State Police Command Asaba, CP Muhammed Ari Ali has called on officers and men of the Command to live above board and avoid all forms of unprofessional practices.
The Police boss who gave the warning while addressing his officers and men of the Command moments before the parade of some suspected criminals said the Police under his watch would not condone any form of corruption and abuse of human rights; referencing the recently dismissed Police Sergeants who assaulted a tricycle operator somewhere in Warri in the state.
A statement by the Command PRO DSP Bright Adafe made available to CrimeWorld magazine online said the CP has also ordered intensified stop and search edxercise on major roads and streets across the state, constant raids on criminal hideouts adding that such exercise recently led to the arrest of a suspect with a locally made pistol cut to size buried in a sac of garri
DSP Adafe said, “On 10/10/2021 at about 1030 hrs, patrol team attached to Ovwian Aladja Division while on stop and search duty intercepted a commercial bus carrying some passengers, the operatives upon searching
the passengers recovered one locally made single barrel gun concealed in a bag of Garri. The suspect one Pigi Kelvin ‘m’ of Ututuoama town Ughelli South LGA age 42yrs was arrested.
*The two suspects arrested with locally made guns during riad on criminal hideout...
Similarly, today 11/10/2021 at 0740hrs, men of Ovwian Aladja Division raided criminal hideout/black spots in Ujvwu Community the suspects who gathered in a large number smoking Indian Hemp took to their heels on sighting the police, they were chased and two of them namely Godspower Alfred age 23yrs and Destiny Akwara 34yrs were arrested and upon search, a locally made cut to size gun and some wraps of weeds. Investigations on both incidents are ongoing.”
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