Sunday, 8 January 2017

India Re-Arrests Fleeing Nigerian Drug Convict John OKoro

A Nigerian drug convict, John Okoro, who fled
from police custody in India last Monday, has
been re-arrested. Police source said Okoro,
who resided in Koparkhairane in Navi Mumbai,
was arrested in 2014 in a drug case.
The court convicted him for a three-year jail
term. Okoro was sent to Nashik central prison
after conviction.
Okoro was released from jail on December 31
and was to be deported to Nigeria. He was
brought to the ANC’s Azad Maidan lock up
and kept on the first floor. He was due to be
deported on the day he fled.
On the pretext of going to the washroom, he
jumped from the first floor at 2 am on Monday
and fled. He jumped from the balcony,
crashing through the asbestos roof and fled on
foot.
The constable guarding him also leaped from
the balcony in a desperate attempt to nab him,
but ended up injured. He is recovering at the
Nagpada police hospital.
An alert was immediately issued for Okoro.
Okoro, 35, was re-arrested by the Anti-
Narcotics Cell (ANC) of Mumbai police.
ANC sources told The Times of India that
Okoro was arrested from the Navi Mumbai
area, from where he was planning to flee to
Mangalore by a private bus.
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“Around 2 am, Okoro told the
constable on guard that he
wanted to visit the washroom. He
was being taken there when he
jumped from the balcony. He
landed on the asbestos roof,
which immediately gave away,”
a police officer said.
“He ran in the directions of
Mahapalika Marg.”