"We Rob Chinese In Lagos Pretending ToSearch For Drugs" - 3 Policemen


Physinews: We rob Chinese pretending to search
for drugs'
They are dismissed officers,’ says police
Detectives from Lagos State Command have
arrested three policemen and three others for
allegedly robbing some Chinese in their homes
in Shomolu area of the state Nigeria.

The policemen identified as Sergeant Peter
Owechi, Sergeant Chigno Ada and Corporal
Francis Onu were attached to Mopol 43,
Bauchi. They were in Delta State on a special
duty when they were arrested.
The suspects, along with three others, allegedly
left their duty post in Delta State and came to
Lagos where they raided the house of three
Chinese living in Shomolu.

The suspects allegedly stole the $770 and
N700, 000 cash in the home of one of their
victims.The policemen and their cohorts had
allegedly wreaked havoc in most parts of

Peter Owochi and his gang members were
arrested recently in Lagos while attempting to
rob another Chinese home.He alleged that he
was arrested by policemen and handed over to
the provost unit of the force for engaging in
illegal duty in Warri, Delta State in Nigeria.

“I am Sergeant Peter Owochi. I am attached to
Mopol 43, Bauchi State but was in Delta State
on a special duty. We came to Lagos on the
invitation of one of our members, who gave us
detail of a Chinese national who resides in

“Armed with the information about a would-be
victim or victims, we stormed his house with a
forged search warrant, alleging that he was into
drug trafficking and arms racketeering.” He
said with the fake search warrant, they would
comb the victim’s home with particular interest
in valuables and cash.

The last incident that led to our arrest, we
stole N700, 000, $770, phones iPads, jewelries
and laptops. We were arrested through one of
the phones stolen. A member actually sold the
phone to a neighbour without knowing that it
could be tracked.”

Lagos State Police boss, Fatai Owoseni, who
confirmed the arrest said the suspects were
dismissed policemen and were no more in
service.He said the suspects would soon be
charged to court.

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