This was disclosed by the spokesman of the Command, Abimbola Ogunyemi, in a statement on Saturday.
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Spokesman for the command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said in a statement that a joint task force was set, in conjunction with other security agencies, to clamp down on the use of unregistered motorcycles, which had become commonplace in the state.
Raymond Chukwudi and Ekene Okoro were arrested by men of the Federal Highway Patrol at Ajebandele, a boundary between Ogun and Ondo States during a stop-and-search operation.
According to a statement by the command’s public relations officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect was arrested following a complaint lodged at the Sango-Ota divisional headquarters by the victim (name withheld).
The suspects: Najimu Ojumola, 42; Monday Olaleye, 25; Kehinde Martins, 34 and Felix John, 27, were arrested following a distress call received by policemen at Onipanu Divisional Headquarters that Babaode-Onibuku village was under siege by a group of land grabbers.
The suspects, Balogun Haruna, 25, and Imole Noah, were arrested following a distress call received by policemen attached to Idanyin Divisional Headquarters that four armed men were attacking a POS operator at Ketu Adiowe community, and that the hoodlums had dispossessed the woman of her bag containing the sum of N60,000), two android phones and a bunch of keys.
Four suspects: John Nelson, 21; Adeleke Ayotunde, 29; Adekunle Basit, 20 and Abey Fagbemi, 20, were arrested in connection with the crime, following a complaint lodged at the Onipanu divisional headquarters by one Adejunwon Odunowo.
The Divisional Police Officer of Sagamu Division, CSP Okiki Agunbiade, had received a distress call at about 9 pm that a robbery operation was going on at the Sagamu Interchange, and that one of their victims had been seriously injured.
The suspects were picked up on April 21, 2021.
The three policemen namely: Inspector Sunday John, Sgt. Jimoh Asimiya and Sgt. Solomon Adedapo, allegedly forcefully extorted the said amount of money from the complainant while he was travelling from Abeokuta to Lagos.
The suspects were arrested following a distress call received by the Divisional Police Officer, Sango-Ota division, CSP Godwin Idehai, that robbers had invaded Nonso’s shop and robbed him of N120,000 as well as his Techno handset at gun point.
The suspect, a resident of Oko Afor area of Badagry, Lagos State, was arrested while appearing as a counsel before Chief Magistrate B. I. Ilo, at the Chief Magistrate’s Court, Agbara.
The suspects; Frank Obi, 26 years; Eze Ogbonna, 42 years and James Ejor, 27 years were arrested following a report by the supervisor of Kwochason Global Gas company working on new railway construction in Kajola that five persons were caught while cutting cables at the railway line by the company’s security guard. He stated further that the suspects overpowered the security guard and ran away.
The herdsmen were arrested on February 18, 2021 according to a statement by the spokesman of the Command, Abimbola Oyeyemi, on Sunday.
It was learnt that on November 4, policemen attached to the command arrested one Michael Hammed Azeez, 20, and Adeola Ogunseye, 22, following a complaint lodged at Owode Egba divisional headquarters by the mother of the victim who reported that her daughter was abducted by the two suspects on November 3 at about 8:30 pm and taken to an unknown place where the duo took turns to forcefully had carnal knowledge of her.