House Boy Lands In Police Net, Kills And Burns Oga’s Body In Forest
Teddues Jaja, the house boy who murdered his employer and his girlfriend in Borokiri - Port Harcourt has been apprehended by the Intelligence Response Team.
The killer of a serving Naval Officer and his girlfriend in the borokiri area of Port Harcourt has been apprehended by the IGP Intelligence Response Team.
According to a statement by the Rivers State Police Command PRO, Nnamdi Omoni, operatives of the IGP-Intelligence Response Team
Swung into immediate action and with the aid of Technical intelligence and unrelenting follow-up by the Operatives, the 28-year-old suspect has been apprehended.
The suspect Taddues Jaja was arrested following series of investigations into the killings of both late Lorren F and LT. Abubakar Yahaya Yusuf who was serving personnel with the Nigeria Navy until his death
HOW IT HAPPENED
Twenty-eight-year-old Teddues Jaja use to be a domestic help in the late officer’s house
Gave a graphic description of how he murdered Lorren during an unconfirmed argument that ensued between them.
In a bid to cover up his act and frame the officer, Teddues got hold of his (the officer) phone, sent a message to a certain Joy who is a friend to Lorren
Stating that he (Naval Officer) just murdered her friend (Lorren) over an argument between both of them.
The suspect then drove the reminds of the officer to a forest in Ubima and burnt the body beyond recognition
PRO Omoni further reveals that the suspect has subsequently taking operatives to the forest where he carried out the inhuman act
Shockingly, only the skeleton of the late Naval Officer was found.
The remains of the Naval Officer has however been deposited at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital mortuary, following a pathological test conducted.
The items recovered from the suspect includes the car of the late officer’s car with plate number- ASB 512 AG
Which Teddues had disposed off to a buyer in Benin while his phone to another buyer in Port-Harcourt.
Omoni also says that further arrangement will be made by Operatives to visit the home of the late officer where the crime was committed.
ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC
The police has advise members of the public, to carry out routine checks on domestic help they intend to engage their services.