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Woman Slaps Female Police Officer Inside Police Station

Few days after a man broke a Police Inspector’s jaw in Lagos for daring to invite him to the station, another woman, identified as Yinka Adewusi, has been brought before a Chief Magistrate’s Court in Ota, Ogun State, for slapping a police sergeant, Josephine Makinde.

Yinka reportedly slapped Josephine, who is attached to the Onipanu Police Division, while she was being interrogated in respect of a case of stealing and burglary reported by one Bidemi Balogun.

It was said that Bidemi, a resident of Mother Joy College Road, Ewupe, Ota, had reported to the police that some miscreants burgled her warehouse in the Fowobi area of Ota on Tuesday and made away with jerrycans of vegetable oil and bags of rice worth N469,000.

According to Punch, detectives, who visited the warehouse, recovered a mobile phone. Investigation was said to have indicted Yinka the slapper, and she was invited to the station.

The complainant said 10 jerrycans of 25 litres vegetable oil valued at N140,000 and 21 bags of rice worth N329,000 were stolen from the warehouse. She shares the warehouse with other traders in the community,” a police source said.

According to the police, the suspect reportedly admitted entering the warehouse around 4.30am on the day to pack some goods she bought and kept therein the previous day from one Tinuke, but insisted that she met it burgled.

During the interrogation, the suspect said the warehouse was already broken into when she got there. The Investigating Police Officer (Makinde), asked her why she came at that time to convey the goods when she knew the owners of the warehouse would not be around. She became angry and slapped the IPO,” the source added.

The suspect was subsequently arraigned in Ota Magistrate’s Court on one count of assault.

Yinka pleaded not guilty and elected summary trial.

The presiding magistrate, Mrs. Adeola Adelaja, granted her bail in the sum of N100,000.

Adjourning the case till February 6, 2017, the magistrate held that Yinka should be kept in prison pending when her bail conditions would be perfected.

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