24947183-chico-malo-se-robbering-una-a-dos-mujeres-j-venes-con-un-arma-foto-de-archivoRobbers hold children hostage, lead mother to withdraw N90, 000
DETECTIVES in Ondo State Police Command have arrested the leader of a three-man armed robbery gang who held a mother of four, Folashade Jayeoba, hostage and led her to the bank to withdraw N90, 000.
She was reportedly led to the bank after she complained to the suspects that she had no cash at home. The leader of the gang, thereafter, asked for her ATM card and they followed her to the bank while they held her children hostage. Parading the suspects, the state Police Commissioner, Hilda Harrison, said the suspects invaded the house of the victim and robbed her of valuables, including a flat screen television. Harrison explained that they also abducted the victim and her four children and led them to Keystone Bank in Alagbaka, Akure, where she was forced to withdraw N90, 000. The commissioner added that the money was collected from the victim before she and the children were set free by the suspects. According to her, on receipt of the case, detectives swung into action and arrested the leader of the gang, 23-year-old Samuel Ayodele, at Gaga, Oke-Aro area of the Akure metropolis. He was said to have confessed to the crime, while the victims’ items were recovered from his house. Also paraded, was a 20-year-old Ali Muhammed, arrested over the kidnap of one Alhaji Ibrahim Bello of Supare Akoko. The victim was said to have been attacked by a gang of kidnappers along Igbonla/Supare Akoko and taken to an unknown destination. The suspect, upon interrogation, had confessed to the commission of the crime. The Police Commissioner also said that a Toyota Camry car worth N2.5 million, stolen in Akure and sold for N200,000, had been recovered while two suspects, Falade Adesanmi and Gbenga Adewale, had been arrested in connection with the robbery of the car belonging to one Mrs. Akomolafe Abiodun.

A 26 year old Tailor bags 3 years Jail term for raping a 16 year old minor


The Chief Magistrate, Mrs. Helen Komolafe, found the convict guilty of a count charge of rape.

She, however, gave him an option of fine of N200, 000.

Delivering judgment, Komolafe said: “Having been found guilty of the offence and having listened to the plea of the defence counsel and considering the circumstances surrounding the case, I am persuaded to pronounce the sentence.

“He is, hereby, sentenced to three years imprisonment or pay an option of N200, 000 fine for having unlawful carnal knowledge of the girl.”

Earlier, the prosecutor, Corporal Adebayo Ayorinde, said the convict had unlawful carnal knowledge of a minor without her consent.

Ayorinde added that the convict lured the girl, who was hawking banana into his room and raped her.

He disclosed that the convict committed the crime on October 23, at about 4.30 p. m. at Owodunni Street, opposite Lao Filling Station within the Akure metropolis.

He said the offences contravened Section 358 of the Criminal Code Cap.. 37 Vol.1, Laws of Ondo State of Nigeria, 2006.


6596727-portrait-of-scared-woman-with-tears-violence-conceptFORTY YEAR OLD STEP FATHER IMPREGNATES FIFTEEN  YEAR OLD DAUGHTER.
ABEOKUTA—A 40- year-old man, Victor Emafolomi, has been arrested by men of Ogun State Police Command for impregnating his 15-year-old step daughter. The suspect, who lives on Olokosusi Street, Java Agbado in Ifo Local Government Area of the state, was said to have been arrested following a complaint from his wife, who is the mother of the girl.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state Abimbola Oyeyemi, in a statement, said: “The mother, Taiwo Emafolomi, who noticed that her daughter is pregnant, pressurized the girl and she eventually opened up to her mother about how her step-father had been making love to her, which resulted in the pregnancy. “The DPO, Agbado Division, CSP Abioye Shittu, detailed detectives to get the man arrested after a pregnancy test had been conducted on the girl, proved positive. “The Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, has ordered that the case be transferred to Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Labour Unit of the Criminal Investigation and Intelligent Department, CIID, for further investigation.”