Paragon Kelechi, 52, who was arrested along with the two expectant mothers, said he took them to Umuahia to be scanned when they were arrested.
Kelechi said he was asked to assist to take the girls to Umuahia by the owner of the baby factory, popularly known as Mma.
The police also arrested and detained one Ogechi Sunday, a civil servant, for allegedly using a hot knife to burn the buttocks of her maid.
Sunday told newsmen that she took the measure to tame the 14-year-old, Mary Sunday (not her relation).
She said: “The girl was fond of eloping each time I sent her on errands, so on this last occasion I decided to take a drastic action to force her to disclose why she usually returned late from errands.
“So I put the kitchen knife on a lighted stove and when she eventually returned, I spanked her on the buttocks with the hot knife.”
Sunday however expressed regrets for her action, saying she was moved by anger.
Also, the command paraded six gay suspects arrested at a hotel in Aba, following a tip-off from the hotel manager, Peter Okeke.
Okeke told newsmen that two of the suspects checked into the hotel on Sunday and paid for one room.
He said: “However, I discovered around 1pm that their number increased to six and when I went into the room to accost them, I found some of them kissing.”
He said that the hotel could only allow a maximum of two guests in a room and that he did not know when the additional four boys joined the first two.
One of the suspects, Fred Ndubuisi, a hair stylist, said they were in the hotel to celebrate his 23rd birthday.
Ndubuisi said: “We came there to prepare for a night club, which I organised for my relations and close friends to celebrate my birthday.
“We were dressing up for the night club in the hotel room when we heard a knock on the door and when we opened it, some men rushed in and started attacking us.
“I am not a gay and can never be one.”
Thirteen other persons were also arrested and detained by the command in connection with armed robbery, car snatching and kidnapping.
The police boss said the suspects would be arraigned at the end of investigations.