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11:31
11:31

Water Bowser Crushes Two to Death in Kaliro police spokesperson

The water bower registration number UAY 911N rammed into a motorcycle registration number UEM 123 on the which, the two were riding killing them instantly on Easter Sunday morning.
11:20
11:20

Two Arrested For Killing Motorcyclist in Jinja police spokesperson 1 1

The suspects who are locked up at Kiira East-Central police station are Paul Kalimungabo and Ramadhan Kapeere. They were picked up on Wednesday morning after residents who saw Kalimungabo depart with Mukisa tipped off police authorities.
09:52
09:52

Teenager Arrested For Orchestrating Motorcycle Thefts in Jinja city robbery 1 1

Magoola had earlier on fled into hiding when some motorcyclists attempted to lynch him for selling old motorcycle spare parts but failed to mention his suppliers raising suspicion that the parts are from stolen motorcycles. This prompted detectives to launch a manhunt for the suspect leading to his arrest on Wednesday night.
07:50
07:50

Residents Lynch Man for Staging Illegal Road Blocks district 1

The residents say that ever since the president declared the nationwide lockdown, Tamulina who claimed to be working with police, has been using logs to stage illegal roadblocks along the Buhatandu-Bungecha road with the aim of harassing and extorting money from unsuspecting members of the public.
14:32
14:32

Masaka Authorities Worried Over New Wave Of Motorcycle Thefts robbery 1 1 Top story

According to Ssentongo, they have already registered 3 cases of motorcycle thefts in Masaka and Kyotera district involving the use of chloroform. He says the robbers pose as travelers and in the middle of their journey volunteer to give the riders eats laced with chloroform.
17:22
17:22

All Traffic Commanders in Kampala Metropolitan Transferred passenger 1 1

Police spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, says while the massive operations have been halted, traffic officers will continue to enforce traffic laws where necessary.
12:30
12:30

Pedestrians Most Affected By Road Accidents- Police Report passenger 2 1

According to the 2017 Annual Crime and Road Safety Report, pedestrians were the biggest victims of road accidents. At least 1,319 out of the 3,500 people killed in road accidents last year were pedestrians while 2,135 of the 10,420 injured persons were pedestrians. Drunkards, minors and school going children being the most affected.
16:19
16:19

OWC Boss Knocks Boda Boda Rider Dead village 2

The deceased has been identified as Samuel Black, a resident of Katoma village in Isandara B Parish, Buititi Sub County in Kyenjojo district. James Kawalya, the Kyenjojo District Police Commander, says their findings show that Major Brown Mwebesa was speeding at the time of the accident.
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