Kenya ‘spy queen’ detective summoned to court over threatening to kill case

Detective Jane Mugo has been summoned to court on Wednesday for failure to appear in court today in threatening to kill case.

The court was informed that Jane has failed to produce medical documents to show that she has been unwell.

When the matter came before Chief Magistrate Martha Mutuku,the court was informed that one witness was ready to testify.

The prosecution requested for warrant of arrest.

Mugo was charged and released on Sh Sh 300,000 cash bail or a Sh 500,000 bond.

Mugo was charged with threatening to kill two people; Patrick Mugasia Kefa and Deepa Shah on two different dates.

In the first charge, she is said to have drawn her pistol and threatened to kill Kefa on August 15, 2015.

The second offense allegedly took place at Kyuna Close in Spring Valley on February 4, 2019, where she threatened to kill Shah.

She did however plead not guilty to both charges before Chief magistrate Francis Andayi.

Through her lawyer, the Trimo Security Limited chief executive denied receiving any summons by the DCI, indicating that she was admitted at a Nairobi hospital.

Mugo denied being a dangerous criminal and those after her were trying to spoil her name.

The spy queen has also been ordered to surrender her firearms certificate with the court.

Magistrate Mutuku also warned Jane not to repeat the mistake of failure to appear in court again.

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