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Man arrested stark naked, appears in court in policewoman’s clothes

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By Yvonne Chepkwony | April 16th 2021
Vincent Kibet, 40, was arrested on April 14 at Kabartonjo Police Lines. [Yvonne Chepkwony, Standard]

A 40-year-old man accused of attempted rape has been arraigned in a Baringo court dressed in the clothing he allegedly stole from a policewoman based at Kabartonjo Police Lines.

Vincent Kibet was charged at Kabarnet Law Courts with rape and burglary - both against officer Mercy Chebunyei.

Vincent Kibet allegedly stole the clothes he wore in court. [Yvonne Chepkwony, Standard]

The court heard that the ex-convict was arrested on the night of April 14 while attempting to break into the home of Chebunyei stark naked.

According to the prosecution, Kibet stole the clothes he wore in court; a blouse, leggings and a skirt, all worth Sh1,000.

Vincent Kibet was reportedly stark naked when he attempted to break into Mercy Chebunyei's home. [Yvonne Chepkwony, Standard]

Kibet denied the charges before Resident Magistrate Vienna Amboko.

He was freed on a Sh20,000 bond with a surety of a similar amount, and an alternative cash bail of Sh10,000.

Vincent Kibet was freed on a Sh20,000 bond. [Yvonne Chepkwony, Standard]

The case will be mentioned on May 11. 

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