Three who masqueraded as police officers charged with violent robbery
By Daniel Chege
| June 6th 2020
Three police imposters have been charged with robbery with violence before a Nakuru Court.
Daniel Muthike, James Njuguna and Henry Kiarie denied six counts of robbery, as well as planning to commit a felony, being in possession of government stores and making documents without authority.
They were charged with robbing James Kamau of Sh393,800 and threatening to use violence against him if he didn't cooperate.
The alleged robbery occurred on May 28, 2019 at Kabazi trading centre in Subukia sub-County, Nakuru County.
The three were arrested on May 29, 2020 at Chavakali trading centre in Vihiga County as they allegedly attempted to commit a felony.
They were transferred to Subukia Police Station in Nakuru County. Court documents show that they were found in possession of a pair of handcuffs, among other things.
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