Four teenagers arraigned in court over carjacking fatality
18 March 2016, 14:59
Nakuru – Four teenagers who carjacked and allegedly killed a taxi driver in Nakuru’s White House estate were arraigned on Thursday night.
According to Citizen TV the Narok Court has set the court date to ten days from now in order for investigations to take place.
The four teenagers appeared to be uneasy when they came before Narok Senior Resident Magistrate, Wilbroda Auma.
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It is alleged that they were also driving in a missing Toyota Premio vehicle.
The four teenagers between the ages of 17 and 19 years old were arrested for carjacking and killing a 36-year-old man in Nakuru.
The four carjacked Richard Simiron, tortured and then killed him before stashing his body in his car boot.
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