On Thursday night in Migori County, four individuals were fatally shot during a spectacular invasion of the Isebania Police Station by armed thugs.
A chaotic mob driving a pick-up car arrived at the police station escorting the body of a man that was being taken by police from the morgue of St. Akidiva Mindira Mabera Hospital, according to a police report on the incident that occurred at 6.30 p.m.
The goons allegedly unloaded machetes and stones that they had hidden in the pickup truck when they got to the station and then proceeded to invade it.
“They used stones to break the glass in the station armoury, the OCS office, and other offices. They began damaging the cell gates in protest, demanding the release of all detainees, according to the report.
After the mob had taken control of the report office and armory and was moving toward the cells to purportedly release the prisoners, police officers were then obliged to use live ammunition.
per the police report, “unfortunately this led to the death of 4 unidentified goons.”
The attack was planned, according to Migori police, and three individuals have been connected to the incident. Peter Hamisi Chacha, John Musa, and Nsato alias Manywele, who is said to have been operating the pick-up truck loaded with stones, have all been positively identified.
To drive the rebellious crowd away from the police station, officers were compelled to unleash tear gas and shoot blanks at the goons.
One police officer who was manning the armory was pummeled by the mob and suffered injuries to the right eye as well as physical injuries.
The four suspects’ bodies were taken to the mortuary of St. Akidiva Mindira Mabera Hospital after they were shot dead at the station.
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