Criminal break into police chief’s house in Karonga

Malawi Police Service  in Karonga have arrested a 28-year-old man for breaking into a house of the police officer-in-charge and going away with K600, 000 worth of property.

Rodrick Maida Mangochi Police PRO : Teacher arrested

Police spokesperson in the north Peter Kalaya said Steven Msukwa broke the back door of Brenant Chinanda, the officer-in-charge of Karonga police station.

“He used some tools to break the back door and he managed to enter the house where he stole various items worth over K600, 000. But we have managed to arrest him and he will be brought in court to answer the charges of burglary and theft,” said Kalaya.

In Mangchi, the police are keeping in custody a 25-year-old primary school teacher for having sex with a minor, a 14-year-old girl whom he has since impregnated.

Mangochi police spokesperson Maida said the teacher Sandress Madando had been in love affair with the girl since April last year.

“When she fell pregnant, the girl told her parents that it was her teacher who had impregnated her, and she identified the teacher as Madando,” said Maida.

He said Madando will be brought to court to answer charges of defiling a minor

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3 years ago

Can we say then this is insecurity at its best? How can criminals now even dare the Police Chief who is supposed be presumed to have all it takes when it comes to security be vulnerable as an antelope without legs. This begs the question how safe are the local people in the villages and other people in town? This is in my view insecurity at its best, The Shoot to kill policy by the late Bingu was very right and must be encouraged. Police themselves need to be more active and vigilant and their own training needs to be… Read more »

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