NCD Superintendent Operations Commander

Attack on young woman linked to killing: Police

A young woman sustained a broken jaw with bullets in her right cheek and shattered teeth after being attacked in a parking lot following an attempted carjacking on Friday.

The former lands officer, on the hand, was shot just outside his home as per reports from Homicide.

No one is above the law

This comes after the arrest of seven officers and an additional two who were arrested over the weekend.

The seven police personnel are now being processed for criminal negligence in a murder case that occurred three weeks ago while the other two have been arrested and charged.

One of the officers was arrested by the internal affairs unit for illegally using an impounded vehicle for two days while the other was arrested for assault in public.

Koloma was supposed to be interviewed: Police

In a brief yesterday, Commander Michael Tilae said they only have correspondence and documents going into the office.

Tilae was responding to queries raised by this newsroom on the status of allegations and questioning that were supposedly set to be carried out on the national statistician regarding misappropriation of funds amounting to more than K200 million.

​Motorists should not be fined on the road!

The NCD Superintendent Operations Commander, Fred Tundu, says the public needs to be aware of this, especially when traveling in the evening.

There have been many instances where motorists have been ordered to pay a fine or an amount of money for a traffic offence, especially during night roadblocks.

“This is illegal,” says Tundu, who reiterated that traffic offences or other illegal activities pertaining to any form of fine should always be carried out at the Boroko Police Station only.