The suspects, Olanrewaju Sikiru, 28, and Olayemi Obisesan, 25, were arrested following a distress call received by the Divisional Police Officer of Agbara Division, SP Saleh Dahiru, at about 1:30 am that armed robbers had invaded Area 8 OPIC Estate, Agbara, and were terrorizing the residents of the estate.
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DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Command’s Public Relations Officer, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Ota, Ogun.
They were arrested following a complaint lodged at the Ogere Divisional Headquarters by one Rilwan Mohammed.
He was arrested following a report by one Gloria Ogunnupebi, who reported at the Obalende divisional headquarters Ijebu Ode, that in May 2021, she received a message from a strange foreign number via a voice note on her WhatsApp that she should send the sum of N200,000 or else her nude picture would be uploaded on social media for public consumption.
The suspects, Tajudeen Bankole and Fawoyi Rotimi, were arrested following a distress call received from one Ibikunle Idowu.
The suspects were arrested following a report lodged at the Odogbolu Divisional Headquarters by one Kemi Olukoya, who reported that while she was at her new site supervising construction workers, a group of boys numbering about eight invaded the site, and started shooting sporadically and chased the workers out of the site.
The kidnappers also made away with the slain inspector’s AK-47 rifle.
In a statement by the command’s spokesperson, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the command said the video being circulated is not of Ogijo divisional headquarters.
The bandits had abducted the tipper lorry driver at the Mologede area of Odeda Local Government Area of the state.
According to DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the spokesman of the command, Adeoye was arrested following a distress call received at the Sango Ota Divisional Police Headquarters that the store had been broken into.
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, Taiwo Ismaila, Egbekunle Abiodun, Abdullah Sanni, Nuru Ibrahim, Wasiu Aweda and Babatunde Sikiru, were arrested following information received by the Divisional Police Officer, Ibogun division, that vandals were removing some rods along the rail lane.
The suspects – Eze Anthony Sopruchuckwu, 34; Eze Chijoke Edeh, 29; Olalekan Ayodele Muritala, 44; and Samuel Johnson, 32 – were all arrested following a report lodged at the Ikenne Divisional Headquarters, that a trailer with registration number ANG 57 LG, loaded with 600 bags of Golden Penny flour and driven by one Ahmed Tiamiyu had been hijacked along the expressway.
This was contained in a statement by the Head, Directorate of Public Relations, FUNAAB, Kola Adepoju, on Sunday in Abeokuta.
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.
Nasirudeen was arrested following a distress call received by the Divisional Police Officer, Obalende Divisional Headquarters, Ijebu-Ode.
The Divisional Police Officer of Sango-Ota Divisional Headquarters, CSP Godwin Idehai, had earlier received a distress call that robbers were operating at Ipamesan area, and that they had already burgled a warehouse in the area.
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.