Delta Police Arrest Three For Murder, Armed Robbery, Rap!ng In Delta

Date: 11-04-2024 6:06 pm (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
- at 11-04-2024 06:06 PM (1 month ago)

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In a series of tragic incidents that have rocked Delta State, local police authorities have reported the arrest of a young man for the alleged murder of his girlfriend, alongside other violent criminals involved in separate cases of kidnapping and murder.

Raphael Egbo, a 20-year-old resident of Delta State, has been apprehended by the Delta State Police Command, accused of fatally stabbing his 19-year-old girlfriend, Jessica Uzowanne, amidst a heated argument. The Delta State Police Commissioner, Abaniwonda Olufemi, disclosed the details to the press, noting that the arrest was executed by operatives from the Ozoro Divisional Police.

In a related crackdown on violent crime within the state, law enforcement officials also secured the capture of a notorious kidnapper, Ogwu Endurance, who is reported to have a history of armed robbery and abduction in the Abraka area. Not only is Endurance accused of these heinous crimes, but in a particularly disturbing incident, he allegedly raped a 23-year-old victim during one of his criminal escapades.

Adding to the state's recent crime wave, Nicholas Charles has been arrested following the fatal stabbing of Ngozi Sharon William, a family friend who had been visiting Charles and his wife at their Asaba residence. The visit turned deadly after a dispute led Charles to allegedly assault William with a kitchen knife, resulting in her immediate death.

Commissioner Olufemi detailed the circumstances leading to William's tragic demise, explaining that an altercation escalated in the kitchen, where Charles seized a knife and attacked the victim. This act of violence has left the community in shock and mourning the loss of a young woman described as a cherished friend to the Charles family.

These arrests mark a significant step in the Delta State Police Command's efforts to combat crime and ensure justice for victims and their families. As the community grapples with these tragedies, the spotlight shines on the need for continued vigilance and action to prevent such violent crimes in the future.

Posted: at 11-04-2024 06:06 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
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