Kadaba: Police take man into custody who obstructed, attacked them

Daijiworld Media Network - Kadaba (SP)

Kadaba, Mar 29: A person who obstructed police personnel of Kadaba station who went to his home to make enquiries about the complaint of assault, abused them and tried to attack them, was taken into custody.

The Kadaba police had got a call from Sudarshan from Noojibalthila, who said that his son was beating him and his wife. Head constable Raju Nayak and driver of Hoysala vehicle, Vittal B Chogannavar went to Manjoli in Noojibalthila. After collecting the details from Sudarshan. When they went near the door of Binu Kumar, named as accused, he used abusive words against the police and reportedly tried to attack them with a sickle. The police snatched away the sickle. He then reportedly picked up a stone to attack the police. The police too Binu Kumarl into custody and registered case of obstruction from discharging duties against him.

In another complaint, Rukkmini from Kallugudde Manjoli in Noojiibalthila said that her younger son, Binu Kumar, had abused her and her husband, seeking a share in the family property. She said that he had consumed intoxicating substance and chided the policemen and aggressively went forward to attack them.


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