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PICTURES: Five Notorious Car Thieves Arrested: They Steal Your Car And Dismantle It Like This To Avoid Being Detected, Tracked and Arrested

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Kampala Metropolitan Police (KMP) has arrested five notorious car thieves.

The suspects identified as Joseph Magoba, Willy Kizza, Gregory Luyinda, Henry Matovu and Mustafah Kayondo, after stealing the cars dismatle them and sell the spares, the useless parts are sold as scrap.

They were arrested from a rented parking yard located at the premises of Daliya Bembe. Police says, “Acting on information provided to police by the area lookout teams about the suspicious activities taking place in the neighbourhood, Nansana Police led by SP. Benard Katwalo conducted a raid on the premises.

Four of the suspects were arrested while dismantling an Toyota Noah car registration number UAR 157N. Police also found another car in the same premises a Toyota Premio UAK 982B, already dismantled. This vehicle was reported missing on Wednesday 29th August 2018 by the owner Mr. Joshua Lubega Babulira.

It’s said to have been stolen from his home at 2 am and a case was opened up at CPS Kampala vide SD REF. 12/29/08/2018.

A number of car accessories like brand new tyres, Mark II windscreens engraved with a registration number (UAF 325K), radio systems were recovered during the search. Police also discovered an isolated burning ground where the non profitable vehicle parts like spinges,wires were suspectedly wasted into ashes to avoid any possible evidence.”

When questioned, the suspects told police that a vehicle weighing between 1,000 and 1500 kg is usually dismantled in less than four hours and sold at an amount between Ushs 2million and Ushs 3million.

In their statement, the suspects revealed that they dismantled vehicles instead of re-selling them in order to avoid being detected, tracked and arrested by the police. The suspects are currently detained at Nansana Police Station pending charges on various cases ranging from stealing of motor vehicles and aggravated robbery.

 

By Edward Mutebi

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Finally, The Thief’s 40 Days Are Over: Tycoon Don Izo Picked Like A Chicken Thief Hiding In The Ceiling After Conning Over 20 Billion Shillings

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Security has arrested socialite Isaac Nduhukire Nasser alias Don Nasser Izo for allegedly conning over 30 billion shillings from different business people.

Don Nasser was picked hiding in ceiling by the time of his arrest. It is alleged that he conned over $10m this year from different people.

Among them included a one Johnny Hill, an American who says he sealed a deal with Nasser that required him to supply 75kg of raw gold at $1.5m (approximately UGX 5.5Billion). Nasser disappeared with the money which forced Hill to hire Interpol to look for him.

“I came to Kampala on February 19 with Massy Mastula, my girlfriend and met Don Izo (Nasser) who told me that he had a connection with gold mines, we talked about it and became partners in business. Nasser told me that the suppliers had given him 72Kgs of gold to sell at market price..Nasser told me that taxes and workers had to be paid, taxes alone were 525,000 dollars. I went to my bank account, messed up my credit card, took a personal loan and sent money through Western Union and I gave him $280,000 cash money,” Hill said.

Hill also supplied copies as evidence to show how transferred money to Don Izo. He added that he has opened up a case of fraud against him.

Hill becomes the third victim to conned by Nasser and joins a Dubai businesswoman who cried foul after losing over $5.5M (nearly 18.8 Billion Uganda Shillings) in a similar scam orchestrated by the self-proclaimed Don and another Ugandan lady who also lost USD 360,000 (nearly 1.3 Billion Uganda Shillings).

Don Nasser is known in town for splashing money and driving expensive rides. He dated tycoon Mutaasa Kaferro’s daughter, a one Mastulla Kafeero and the two departed bitterly due to alleged infidelity and alcoholism from the Mastulla.

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British Nigerian Arrested For Conning Millions Of Cash From Over 200 Ugandans

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Jinja Road Police has arrested 44-year-old British Nigerian Charles Nwabuikwu Lambert for the second time in a period of four months on allegations of fleecing money from unsuspecting Ugandans in a grand scam.

Charles Nwabuikwu Lambert, the director of Development Channel, was first arrested on 23rd August 2018 by Kira Road Police after angry employees from various transport companies tried to set ablaze one of the premises owned by Development Channel and also trying to lynch over their unpaid arrears.

Richard Kimuli Ssenoga the head of transporters told police that, Development Channel had since February 2018 hired a total of 63 PRADO SUVs to ferry various dignitaries around different parts of Uganda promising the owners daily income of 150000/=.

Lambart sweating like a he goat

Upon his first arrest, Mr. Lambert paid a sum of 17 million and agreed to pay the remaining balance in a period of 2 months which he failed to adhere to hence accumulating to 213 million Uganda shillings as of today 20th November 2018.

His yesterday evening was sparked off as a result of a number of unfruitful excuses fed to the angry creditors by the company director hence a consequent response by Jinja Road Police to solve the concern.

Development Channel has been running a complex scheme under the guise of a poverty alleviation company aimed at empowering Africans with a lifetime payment in a ruse designed to defraud victims located throughout Uganda.

Shock befell the aggrieved clients when they found out that the Bukoto based company Offices had been closed down and all properties sold out. Its indeed true that thousands of Ugandan citizens had been duped into investing in this scam business.

Sharon Nakkazi, a 24-year-old marketeer told police that she paid a sum of 270$ for a No Drop Out tablet in January 2018 and was promised a guaranteed monthly payment of US$ 100 for the rest of her life. However, she had taken (10) months without receiving the promised dividends on her account, she decided to open up a case of obtaining money by false pretenses on SD REF 64/21/09/2018.

In a verbal statement, Mr. Nwabuikwuhe stated that his company had been paying off money to old members through the cash injected by new recruits.

Over 200 complainants were registered yesterday at different police stations which include Jinja Road Police, Kira Road Police, Katwe Police Station and CPS Kampala requesting for police intervention in the process of recovering their lost monies and proper justice against the people that take advantage of the poverty-stricken citizens.

A GEF 07/2018 was opened up at Jinja Road Police Station to investigate the claims by various complainants. This brings it to two general inquiry files opened up against the suspect in a period of four months. Another GEF 30/2018 is still under inquiry at Kira Road Division and other isolated cases at various police stations in Kampala Metropolitan Area.

Nwabuikwu is currently detained at Jinja Road Police Station.

 

Additional information from Kampala Metropolitan Police

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City Businessman Shumuk Arrested for Forging CJ Katureebe’s Signature To Steal The Late Boney Katatumba’s Properties

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City businessman Mukesh Shukla aka Shumuk has been arrested for forging the Chief Justice Bart Katureebe’s signature on documents he used to steal the late Boney Katatumba’s properties.

Mukesh has been detained at Jinja road police station and is to appear at Buganda Road Court at 9am Tuesday, 20th November 2018.

Cases Numbers;

  1. CID HQ GEF 1089/2017 – Forgery
  1. CID HQ LPPU GEF 189/2017 – Threatening Violence, Stealing Titles.

We will keep you posted.

 

By Mboowa Nathan

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