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Delta Brothels And Motor Parks Raided, 151 Arrested


More than 150 suspects have been captured by the Delta State Police Command during the strike on criminal dens over the state. 

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Onome Onovwakpoyeya, who unveiled this on Tuesday in Asaba, said the Commissioner of Police, Hafiz Inuwa, requested the strike on criminal flashpoints on suspicion of obligation. 

Onovwakpoyeya expressed that between January 3 and 5, 2020, the direction captured 142 male and nine female suspects. 

The representative said the direction under Inuwa's supervision was resolved to take the fight to lawbreakers' homes and guarantee that the present harmony in the state was supported. 

She expressed, "Knowledge and strikes on dark spots prompted the capture of suspected hoodlums in their safehouses, for example, houses of ill-repute, engine parks and hard medications joints in all divisions over the state. 

"Up until now, 142 male and nine female suspects have been captured. Examination is progressing and the speculates will be charged as needs be upon the consummation of our examination 

"The order additionally captured two suspects, who professed to be cops, with two AK-47 rifles during a stop-and-search activity. 

"We are examining the issue to affirm on the off chance that they are police officers. For the time being, we can't call them counterfeit officials until we finish up our examination. We have kept in touch with the versatile unit they guaranteed and are hanging tight for an answer." 

Onovwakpoyeya expressed that things recuperated from the suspects were two suspected taken bikes, 250kg sack of substances suspected to be Indian hemp and three live cartridges. 

She included that the assault criminal refuges over the state would be supported to guarantee that the state stayed awkward for hoodlums.

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