City cops recover gun snatched from DCJ Mwilu’s driver
Police have recovered two guns and believe one of them was snatched from Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu’s driver.
During the October 24 incident, the driver, Police Constable Titus Musyoka, was shot outside Marsabit Plaza along Ngong Road.
The guns were recovered during a raid at a home in Nairobi’s Dandora Phase 1 estate on Thursday.
“At 11.40 pm officers from Dandora police station acting on intelligence raided a hideout of suspects being sought for robberies and illegal possession of firearms. They recovered a black bag under a poultry house. They found a Jericho pistol with two bullets and a Ceska loaded with seven bullets,” according to a police report.
Two phones were also found.
UBER DRIVER ROBBED
Separately, police have circulated the registration plate of an Uber taxi after its driver was robbed and dumped in a thicket.
The driver, Mr Clinton William Oloo was stopped by three men at Roasters on Thika Road at about 3.30 pm, on Wednesday.
“He was approached by three men who introduced themselves as policemen from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations headquarters. They told him that they were arresting him for failing to report an accident. As they drove off, two of them drew pistols while the other took control of the vehicle,” the police report said.
On the way, the driver was told to swallow some liquid and he lost consciousness.
He woke up in a thicket at 3am on Thursday in Ngong.
The driver said he screamed for help before villagers found him and untied him.