Physical Assault leads to Death, as Man Kills Girlfriend in Ogun

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A thirty-one-year-old man identified as Rexlawson Jonson have been arrested by the Ogun State police command on October 30 for allegedly murdering his 26-year-old girlfriend known as Patricia John.

In a statement released by the spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, it was explained that the arrest of the suspect was made after one Adebayo Aladesuyi who is a manager of “MOLAYO HOTEL”, Ibafo reported that while they were carrying out a routine check of the hotel room, they discovered the dead body of the occupant of one of the rooms with bruises on her neck depicting that the deceased might have been strangulated.

”On the strength of the report, the DPO Ibafo division Csp Jide Joshua led his detectives to the scene and recovered the corpse to Olabisi Onabanjo University teaching hospital in Shagamu for post mortem examination,” he stated.

After preliminary investigation, it was later revealed that the deceased checked into the hotel with a man who sneaked out of the hotel after killing her.

“Consequently, the DPO and his men commenced technical and intelligence based investigation which led to unraveling the identity of the suspect. He was subsequently traced and apprehended by the detectives.”

It was reported that the suspect confessed checking into the hotel with the deceased and that they had a misunderstanding which led to physical assault between them.

In the process, he said the woman suddenly lost consciousness and gave up the ghost.

Thereafter, he left the corpse in the room and sneaked out of the hotel.”the statement reads.

Oyeyemi disclosed that the state Commissioner of Police, CP Edward Awolowo Ajogun has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the homicide section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and diligent prosecution.

He also added that hoteliers in the State should always have proper documentation of their customers in order to assist the police in a situation like this.