A GSU officer was arrested in connection with the death of 28-year-old Nelvin Museti who is said to have jumped from the third floor of Ascort Apartments in Lang’ata where she resided.
The officer was arrested after investigations into the body of Museti revealed that the woman had been killed before the body fell from the said building.
The police officer, Victor Ouma, is in custody as investigations into the woman’s death continue.
According to the Ascort Apartment’s caretaker, Museti allegedly jumped from the third floor on the dawn of January 11.
Reports indicates that she off her balcony at 5:00am, with the caretaker booking the incident with the Lang’ata Police Station.
Police officers showed up at the scene and ferried the body to the City Mortuary ahead of the postmortem.
It’s also reported that Ouma visited Museti in her house having bought a host of articles, among them alcoholic drinks.
Police established that Ouma had been in constant communication with the deceased after a forensic analysis of the victim’s phone suggested the man’s suspected presence at the scene.
“Investigations were immediately commenced whereby a mobile telephone analysis of the victim’s phone was carried out and it was established a mobile subscriber 07235882** later identified as No 114270 PC Victor Ouma was found to have been in constant communication with the victim,” read an excerpt of the police report.
An empty Viceroy bottle, a 2-litre soft drink, a partially smoked roll of bhang, and a used rubber contraceptive were recovered from the victim’shouse.
Ouma was stationed at the GSU headquarters in Ruaraka as the motive behind the incident has not yet been discovered.