Police Arrest Man For Allegedly Impregnating Daughter

 

The Ogun state police command has arrested a 42-year-old man Taofeek Oyeyemi for allegedly impregnating his 16-year-old biological daughter.

According to the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect was arrested following a complaint from the mother of the victim who reported at Ewekoro police station that her daughter was impregnated by her father who also took her to a quack medical practitioner for abortion.

“She explained further that since the abortion was carried out, the victim has been bleeding.

“On the strength of the report, the Divisional Police Officer, Ewekoro Division Superintendent of Police, Rotimi Jeje detailed his men to go after the suspect and he was eventually arrested.”

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The suspect who is said to have 17 children from different women on interrogation, confessed to having slept with the victim severally which resulted in her pregnancy. In order for his secret not to be exposed, he decided to take the girl for abortion.

“Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim’s mother has separated from the suspect years back and the victim has been living with her until about 6months ago when the suspect forcefully took the girl away from her mother.

“All efforts made by the mother to take custody of her daughter proved abortive. It was when the mother came to visit her daughter that she discovered the great atrocity committed by the suspect against her daughter.”

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, CP Kenneth Ebrimson has directed that the suspect be transferred to Anti-Human trafficking and child labour Unit of the State criminal investigation and intelligence department for further investigation and prosecution.

Police Arrest Man For Murder Of Two Pupils In Ogun

FILE PHOTO Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Mr Ahmed Iliyasu

 

The Ogun State Police Command says it has arrested a man who allegedly murdered two school pupils at Agodo in the Ogun waterside area of the state.

According to the Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday, two days after the crime was committed.

The police team led by ACP Makinde Kayode comprises of officers attached to Ogbere Area Command and local hunters in the area.

“The suspect who was identified as Lekan Adebisi broke into the compound of St. John Anglican school Agolo with cutlass and hacked two pupils of the school to death after which he ran away,” Kayode said in a statement.

He said his team swung into action following a directive from the Commissioner of Police in the state, Ahmed Iliyasu, to track down the suspect within the shortest possible time.

He added, “The Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Iliyasu, gave a marching order to the Area commander Ogbere and Divisional Police Officer Abigi Division to fish out the suspect within the shortest possible time.

“In compliance with the CP order, the area commander mobilised police officers and local hunters for the manhunt for the suspect. Their efforts paid off in the early hour of today when the suspect was found in a bush around the community.”

In a bid to evade arrest, the police said, the suspect brandished a cutlass, which prompted officers to shoot in the leg.

He was subsequently taken to hospital for medical treatment.

Meanwhile, the police boss has directed that the case should be transferred to Homicide section of State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for proper investigation.

Police Arrest Man For Indian Hemp

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The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a man with 114 bags of weeds suspected to be Indian hemp.

According to the state’s Public Relations Officer, Bimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect was arrested on the 29th of December 2017 in front of M.K.O Abiola stadium Abeokuta.

“The arrest of the suspect followed an information received by men of Federal Anti-Robbery Squad that some hoodlums who are specialized in importing the hard drug from Benin Republic into Ogun State are on their way coming.”

He added, “Upon the information, a team of FSARS operatives led by Inspector Adeyemi Akeem were detailed to go after the hoodlums and they accosted them in front of M.K.O Abiola stadium where the suspect was arrested with the exhibits.

“Further investigation led the Police to Igbo-Ora in Oyo State where more bags of the weeds were recovered which made the total bags of Indian hemp recovered to be One hundred and fourteen.”

Oyeyemi however explained that the state’s Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu had ordered a full-scale investigation into the case, with the view to arresting other members of the syndicate.

Ogun Police Arrest Suspected Ritualists, Discover Human Parts

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Six members of a syndicate allegedly specialised in human killings for ritual purposes have been arrested and paraded by the Ogun State police command at the Federal special ant robbery squad office in Abeokuta, the state capital.

Parading the suspects, the State Police Commissioner, Mr. Ahmed Iliyasu said they were arrested at different locations in the state capital and Owode Egba areas of the state

”In our unrelenting war against crime and criminality across Ogun state the command through technical intelligence gathering was able to break two syndicates specialised in killing people for the purpose of using their parts for rituals”

”On the 5th of October a team from the Federal Special Anti-robbery squad while on township patrol sighted two men on a motorcycle with suspicious bags, they were forcefully stopped and searched, we discovered in their bag fresh and dried human parts. On interrogation it was discovered that the duo are serial killers with their base at number 6 Baase compound Totoro Abeokuta” the commissioner said

Items recovered from the suspected riitualists include different human parts and charms.

The commissioner of police however warned criminals to stay off the state or face a tough time as the command is battle ready against any form of criminality.

Badoo Attacks: Ogun Police Warns Residents Against Jungle Justice

Police, Kidnappers, Igbodu, Epe, LagosThe Ogun State Police Command has warned residents of the state of jungle justice to avoid loss of lives in the current onslaught against members of the dreaded Badoo cult group and other criminals.

The State Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu handed down this warning in Ogijo, a border town with Ikorodu where two suspected members of the Badoo cult group were hacked down and burned beyond recognition by irate youths in the area

While assuring residents of the area of their lives and property, the police boss, however, urged residents to be more security conscious just as he warned parents to have adequate control over their wards.

He asked residents to follow the due process while venting their anger against any suspected criminal

Meanwhile, resident of the area have asked for more police presence in these areas to curtail the excesses of this group

Ogun Police Arrest Suspected Serial Burgler

Ogun Police Arrest Suspected Serial BuglerThe Ogun State Police Command has paraded a 40-year-old man suspected to be a serial burgler responsible for many robbery operations in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.

Items found in his care include many television sets, generators, mobile phones and other items suspected to have been stolen.

Parading the suspect, the Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi said that the suspect was arrested after a tip off from members of the community.

While assuring members of the general public of the resolve of the command to protect life and property of residents, the Police PRO solicited more collaboration in the area of intelligence gathering to ensure effective policing

“This man identified as Tosin Adeleye has been a resident of this area for quite a long period of time.

“He is believed to be a destitute going about begging for alms but the Police believed that he was not actually a destitute but having an ulterior motive. That is why surveillance was mounted around him.

“We have been trying to investigate him for quite a period of time now and based on our intelligence gathering we moved into where he was living and on getting there, we conducted a search and what we recovered are those things you are looking at.

“That is to tell you that this man is not actually a destitute. Somebody who is believed to be a beggar is in possession of about 20 TV sets, 11 handsets, generators, roofing sheets.

“How he came about these things is why we are going deep into the investigation to find out what actually is his motive and occupation.

“He has never been a radio repairer and if he is one, is he also a generator repairer? Far from it.

“This is one of those people who pretend to be somebody in the daylight and something else in the night,” he concluded.

Ogun Police Arrest 10 For Cultism, Public Disturbance

Ogun Police Arrest 10 For Cultism, Public DisturbanceThe Ogun State Police Command says it has arrested 10 suspects who allegedly engaged in cult related activities which led to public disturbance in Mowe area of the state.

According to the Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspects were arrested at various locations in Mowe following the violent cult clash between two rival groups.

He said that the suspects came to Mowe and unleashed mayhem in the area, vandalized vehicles and made life uncomfortable for innocent residents of the area before a distress call was made to the Area Commander, Sagamu and Divisional Police Officer, Mowe by residents of the area

Consequently, Policemen were swiftly deployed to the scene and repelled their activity and in the process 10 among the hoodlums were arrested, including a female member who investigation revealed is the person whose house they gathered to hold meetings and strategize on how to carry out the attack.

According to the PPRO, the Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Iliyasu, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department.

He has also warned that violent crimes will not have a place in the state.

He appealed to parents to warn their children to desist from any criminal act as the Police command is out to deal decisively with anybody caught perpetrating acts of criminality

He advised residents to go about their normal businesses as the Police would deploy everything in its arsenal to ensure their safety all the time.

Ogun Police Arrest 18 Crime Suspects

Ogun Police Arrest 18 Crime SuspectsThe policemen attached to Itele Ota division in Ogun state, have carried out raids of criminal hideouts and black spots in Ayetoro area of Itele where 17 crime suspects were arrested.

Recovered from them were bags of substance suspected to be Indian hemp, assorted charms, eight motorcycles, one generator, nine mobile phones and 123,000 Naira cash.

The Ogun State Police Command also arrested a man identified as Onyebuchi Chika suspected to be the brain behind many cases of burglary and stealing in Awa Ijebu and its environs.

The suspect, who was arrested in the early hours of Saturday, was said to have been terrorizing residents of the area for some time.

He was said to have been arrested when a distress call was made to the Divisional Police Officer in Awa ijebu by the victim of his criminal act and the DPO led his anti-robbery team to the scene, combed the area thoroughly and subsequently arrested the suspect.

Items allegedly recovered from him include a sowing machine, two mattresses, cooking gas and some burglary instruments.

According to the Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect has confessed to being a serial burglar and that the students of Olabisi Onanbanjo University residing in the community are always his target.

The Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, has ordered the immediate transfer of the two cases to state criminal investigation and intelligence department for further investigation.

Ogun Police Boss Warns Against Extrajudicial Killing, Rights Abuse

Ogun Police Boss Warns Against Extrajudicial Killing, Rights AbuseThe Ogun State Police Commissioner, Illiyasu Hammed, has warned officers and men of the command against extrajudicial killings as well as human rights abuse in the discharge of their duties.

He handed down the warning in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital at a meeting with Police officers and members of the Police Community Relations Committee.

The Commissioner of Police, while enlisting the support of residents and community leaders in the task of protecting life and property of residents, challenged men and officers to redouble their effort in the coming year.

“I have talked with my men and officers to have a change of orientation on the issues of human rights and dignity of persons.

“Any infraction on the rights of common man will not be tolerated. I am not saying if crime is committed, the right thing should not be done, but we must have respect for the rights of the residents of this state.

“Once you come with clean hands, you get equity. Any law-abiding citizens of this state, as far as I am concerned, is going to be respected in line with section four of the constitution of Nigeria.

“To ensure this, we have to work together with the people. I therefore urge each and every one of you to come along with us and partner with us in terms of protection of life and property through community policing and neighborhood watch.

“When you see something, say something to the appropriate quarters,” he concluded.

Police Announce New ‘Okada’ Restriction In Ogun

Police Announce New 'Okada' Restriction In OgunThe Ogun State Police Command has announced a restriction order from 8PM to 5AM for commercial motorcycle operators popularly called okada.

This is in view of the approaching yuletide and a likely upsurge in criminal activities during the festive period.

According to a statement issued by the Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi, no okada operator is permitted to convey more than one passenger during operation all over the state.

The Command warned that “anyone who violates this order will be arrested, his motorcycle impounded and subsequently charged to court accordingly’.’

The Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Iliyasu, has also appealed to the general public for understanding and co-operation and also assured residents of the state of adequate security of life and properties before, during and after the yuletide.

Ogun Police Parade 23 Suspects, Recover Weapons

Ogun Police Parade 23 Suspects, Recover Sophisticated WeaponsThe Ogun State Police Command has paraded 23 suspected criminals thought to be disturbing the peace of communities across the state for various crimes ranging from murder to armed robbery and kidnapping.

Weapons like pump action guns, single barrel guns, ‘cut to size’ and other exhibits were recovered from the suspects.

One of the suspects, a 23-year-old young man from Ibadan in Oyo state confessed to have joined a gang of armed robbers in the last three years, while another in possession of four guns said that the guns belonged to his late father who was a pipeline security man.

“I was arrested by the Police because I gave a gun to somebody to sell. The guns belong to my late father who was a pipeline security.

“I found the guns where it was buried when we wanted to re-roof our house and I called one of my father’s boys who used to service the guns. He was the one who advised that we should sell it,” he said.

Addressing journalists, the state Commissioner of Police said that the arrests were a result of proactive measures being put in place by the command, especially in the ember months, saying that community policing remains the answer to security challenges.

“I want to put it on record that the combat against crime in Ogun state is yielding positive results and the results is what we are exhibiting today. This is what we will be doing to ensure a safer ember month, the successes are as a result of cooperation from residents,” he said.

The CP also solicited the cooperation of residents in the task of providing effective policing of the state.

He said that the suspects would be arraigned before courts of competent jurisdiction to determine their culpability or otherwise so that the innocent among them would not be punished unjustly.

Ogun Police Parade Three Suspected Militants

police parade, Suspected MilitantsThe Ogun State Police Command has paraded three suspected militants alleged to have participated in the series of attacks on riverine communities in Arepo, Ogijo and Warewa.

Several lives were recently lost during series of attacks and property worth millions of Naira were destroyed.

While parading the suspects at the State Police Headquarter in Abeokuta, the state capital, the State Commissioner of Police, Mr Abdulmajid Ali, told journalists that modalities were being put in place by the Command to commence aerial patrol of vulnerable communities.

He said that the modalities would especially affect riverine communities where activities of vandals and militants are being currently felt.

The CP also lamented that the rate of cultism, especially among the youths in the Sagamu, Ijebu Igbo and Ijebu Ode areas of the state was worrisome.

The Police also paraded other suspects for various offences ranging from cultism, murder, kidnapping and impersonation.

Some of the suspects confessed to the crimes they were being paraded for.