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DCI Officer Arrested by Camera Soldier Attacking Camera in Karen Arrested (Video) –

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A drunk driver was arrested on Saturday in the Karen area of ​​Nairobi for allegedly defying and assaulting a traffic police officer.

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A police report shows that the suspect was arrested near the Karen Country Club after he defied the officer and tried to escape.

The incident, which was caught on tape by people nearby, began on Magadi Road when a traffic officer on duty saw the suspect driving dangerously and tried to stop him but he refused.

The suspect who was driving a Subaru salon Reg. No. KBM 149F from Ongata Rongai towards Kiserian hit the officer’s motorcycle as he tried to follow him.

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The race ended at a Karen county club where the driver had parked his car, got off and attacked the soldier.

“I can’t leave you, take me to Karen Police Station, not to any other station. You are from Rongai and you are harassing people in Karen, ”the suspect is heard shouting at the video which has been circulating all the time.

The attacker, Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai, said she had been identified as a DCI detective.

In a tweet, IG said a detective arrested on camera was expected to be charged with assault and driving while intoxicated.

In the viral video, a civilian is seen arguing with a traffic cop. He then continues to drive despite soldiers trying to stop him.

“I am impressed with the video that is circulating on social media of a citizen attacking a Traffic Police Officer. Preliminary investigations have revealed that the citizen in the video is an officer linked to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, “Mutyambai on Sunday.

Mutyambai also noted that processes are at an advanced stage for further administrative action.

In another video of the virus, a civilian is seen arguing with a traffic officer and then continues to drive despite the soldier trying to stop him.

Attacks on police officers have been on the rise, with members of the public who feel outraged by law enforcement.

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