Probe into lawyer’s killing to conclude in 14 days – Muhoro Ndegwa
DCI Director Ndegwa Muhoro has said that the probe into the murder of lawyer Willie Kimani, his client Josephat Mwendwa and their taxi driver Joseph Muiruri will be be completed within 14 days with the help of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).
Muhoro was speaking when he appeared in court in person before Judge Luka Kimaru.
Meanwhile, the court has detained the fourth policeman linked to murder of Kimani and 2 others for 13 days.
Sergeant Leonard Mwangi based at Syokimau was arrested on Monday.
Mwangi appeared before Senior Principal Magistrate Joyce Gandani where the court ruled that the prosecution had shown that there was good reason to have him held in custody to allow police conclude investigations.
The court allowed Mwangi to be remanded after State Counsel Duncan Ondimu told the court that investigators are pursuing several leads which include phone data of the three deceased persons.
Ondimu also told the court that investigators need to retrace the movements of the vehicle that was used by the three on the day that they disappeared.
The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions also cited the anger and anxiety from members of the public as another ground for seeking for his detection.
Mwangi will appear in Court on July 18th.
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