Police from the Force Criminal and Intelligence Division, FCIID Alagbon, Lagos, have indicted three siblings and their mother for the mysterious death of a retired deputy police superintendent, DSP Joseph Idehen, of her biological father.
DSP Idehen, 64, mysteriously died when his daughter was identified in his home on No. 5 Odetola Street in Alagbado, Lagos, in 2016, when Ruth had allegedly given him food, barely a year, After withdrawing from the police department, family members told the police
Family members said that efforts to perform an autopsy to find out the cause of his sudden demise proved futile, as four of his eleven children with his mother became one took unknown destination and buried him.
The extended family members said that they reported the death of police at the Force Criminal and Intelligence Department, Alagbon, Lagos, after several efforts of his other children, extended family members with the police t o exhume his body in vain. The Investigative Section (General Investigations Section), FCIID Annex, Alagbon, Lagos, ordered the arrest of the siblings and their mother
By order of Commissioner Samuel Idehen, Michael Idehen, Ruth Idahen and her mother, Ms. Taiwo Idehen, allegedly a pastor Ishawo Fire Department, Ikorodu, Lagos, was arrested and charged at the Supreme Court in Igbosere, Lagos.
According to police, the defendants faced six charges of murder, forgery, forgery of documents and theft of millions of naira from the deceased's bank accounts
A police source said they had been released on bail before the indictment for their release Policemen could go to prosecution where they had buried their father. But when they arrived at the village where they had buried the deceased, they had hired gangsters and, with the help of some villagers, attacked the team of policemen and other large family members who had exhumed the body. The police narrowly escaped lynching, and since then the defendants have disappeared and attempts to arrest them have been unsuccessful.
It was found that the defendant jumped against the bail and did not appear before Judge J. Akintoye of the High Court, Igbosere, to issue a warrant and to ensure that the police officers resigned at the 8 May 2018 Court appeared, but the police were unable to arrest the accused.
DSP Idehen's family members and other children are calling on the police to ensure justice by executing the judge's order and arresting the defendant in order to comply because the deceased was a retired police officer. 19659003] The Post Wife and her children accused of the mysterious death of former police officer (photo) first appeared on Naijaloaded | Nigeria's Most Popular Website for Music & Entertainment .