POLICE ARREST 58 SUSPECTED CRIMINALS IN NASARAWA
The Police boss said the Command arrested a kidnap kingpin, whose gang had been terrorising Udege village and environs in Nasarawa Local Government Area of the State, and also listed items recovered from the suspects.
Penpushing further reports that, the Commissioner recovered bows and arrows, machetes, motorcycle number plates, as well as one Army camouflage and cap, attributing the achievements to the cooperation of members of the public through intelligence and input from the operation Puff Adder in the state.
The Commissioner maintained that the command would not relent in its efforts to flush out criminal elements from the state, adding that the Command has identified flash points for cultists in major areas in the State, especially the Karu/Mararaba axis, and is committed to tackling the menace.
“The command is warning all cultists and others with criminal tendencies to desist as the police will not only sustain the onslaught against them, but will deploy all within its arsenal to decapitate their operations,” ,he said.
Penpushing also reports that, Longe, called on parents and guardians to closely monitor activities of their children in schools as the largest cult membership was drawn from academic institutions.