Crime & Investigation

Police Arrest 5 In Gruesome Murders

viagra approved sans-serif; color: #222222;”>The arrested who include the deceased’s husband and her ex, plus two work mates at a farm in Kikyusa, where Naigaga was working as a farm manager, were all found to have a link in the crime.

Early investigations, according to Kigozi, show that Naigaga was struggled at her residence.

The police sniffer dog followed foot marks all leading to the suspects hideout.

“Investigations are still on so that the accused can be forwarded to courts of law. Meanwhile, the four are still being detained here at Luwero Police Station,” Kigozi explained.

In related news, police in Mbarara district have arrested Jonas Botukunda, 28, for allegedly murdering his father in a land wrangle.


According to Idi Ibin Ssenkumbi, the Area Police Spokesperson, village elders have had meetings involving Botukunda and his father for a long time, not until yesterday when the crime was committed.

The deceased’s body was found buried in a banana plantation just meters away from the path that leads to the village well.

Botukunda is being held at Mbarara Police Station on a charge of murder.

Meanwhile, Police in Wandegeya has rescued a young man from an angry mob at Makerere University after he snatched a mobile phone from a passer-by.

Wandegeya Division Police Commander (DPC), Caesar Tusingwire, told Chimpreports that a one Jamil Ssempijja, a resident of Old Mulago was rescued by police yesternight at around 10:00pm after he had been badly hit for stealing a mobile phone.

Tusingwire noted that the lady from whom the phone was stolen made an alarm which prompted boda boda riders to chase after the two thieves but managed to grab only one.

“This all happened at Makerere Eastern gate when the lady was moving out of the university,” Tusingwire said.

He added that police learnt about the likely mob justice and intervened to arrest Ssempijja who is now still detained at Wandegeya Police Station under case number SD 67/13/05/2014 charged with theft.

He on the same note revealed that last night, police netted 90 suspects from the areas of Makerere, Kagugube, Katanga and from other black spots for being idle and disorderly.

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