Two men who were about to be returned to the creator via mob justice were saved by the DCI detectives.
The two sex pests who heartlessly gang-raped a mentally handicapped woman in Lamu County, while masquerading as Good Samaritans are in our custody after escaping a beating to death from the irate members of the public.
Shadrack Murimi Maina, 45 and Hiribae Kokane, 43, subjected the woman to the dreadful act in an abandoned house in Sina Mbio area.
The sex perverts, accompanied by a Nyumba Kumi elder Samuel Ngumi, were on foot patrol when they bumped into the middle-aged woman preparing tea in the crime-prone area. She had a loaf of bread.
Fearing for her safety, Ngumi told the two men to watch over her as he went to seek help.
However, Ngumi got a shock of his life when he returned to the spot and caught Murimi on the act of raping the intellectually disabled woman. Kokane had already taken his turn and fled the scene. The incident happened between 8am and 9am on Monday.
With the help of residents, Ngumi rescued the woman and alerted the police. Murimi and Kokane were swiftly arrested and locked up behind bars. They’ll face rape charges once our detectives finalize investigations.
The officers took the terrified victim to the nearby Hindi Magogoni Dispensary for medical examination. The rapists were also subjected to a medical examination.
To stem the rising cases of rape and defilement, the DCI wishes to caution men who prey on innocent women and girls that their days are numbered.
“Let’s all join our law enforcement agencies in fighting sex crimes by reporting such cases through our toll free hotline 0800722203,” the DCI urged Kenyans
In the other news, Detectives are looking for a man who defiled a five-year-old minor yesterday morning & immediately went into hiding. Peter Nzinzi Musyoki, 40, waylaid the little angel as she went to collect milk at their neighbours’ before he pounced on her and defiled her in a nearby thicket.
In an incident that shocked residents of Kilia village in Mukaa, Makueni county, Musyoki is reported to have given the minor 15 shillings to buy her silence after the beastly act.
The child was rushed to Kilungu level IV hospital for treatment by her distraught mother, who couldn’t come to terms with what had befallen her little angel. Meanwhile, a manhunt for the suspect is currently underway, with detectives burning the midnight oil in his pursuit.
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