Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS)
of the Lagos State Police Command, have
arrested a lady in Agbor, Delta State, for
allegedly drugging her male friend, a medical
doctor, in a hotel in Ojodu area of Lagos and
carting away his car, laptop and mobile
The lady, Mitchel Harrold, 37, from Warri,
Delta State was on Tuesday arrested after the
operatives traced her through a car dealer in
Lagos, whom she had engaged to help perfect
import papers for the stolen Volkswagen
Passat Wagon, 2001 model.
It was gathered that the suspect had on
Thursday, January 19, around 5:30p.m.,
together with her man friend, checked into a
popular hotel (name withheld) in Ojodu,
Berger, with the plan to spend the night.
Harrold had, after settling down gone to get a
malt drink and yoghurt while the boyfriend
was taking his bath.
According to the victim, Daniel Biyi (not real
name) “I went in to take a bath and when I
returned, she had gone to buy some drinks. I
took the malt drink and yoghurt and I slept
off. I slept off at 6:00p.m. and woke up around
2:00p.m. the next day.
“Behold, when I woke up, my personal effects
such as phone and laptop had gone.
Unfortunately for me, I do not know any of her
relatives. We only met on a social media dating
site, Badoo about a year ago. As I woke up, I
rushed straight to meet with the receptionist
and gateman to ask for her whereabouts, that
was when I realized my car had been taken
“They told me someone came to pick the car
for her. And she said she was going to get
food. Immediately, I reported the incident at
Omole Police Station,” he said.
The victim said he was just aware of her real
name, Harrold Mitchel, after the arrest,
because she gave him Aisha Ibrahim as her
“I was getting to know her for real now. She
only gave me Aisha Ibrahim as her name with
these numbers – 08067188213, 07081240038.
Since the incident, I had been trying to call her
but to no avail. One of the numbers was
switched off, she wasn’t picking the other”, he
Arrested alongside with her, was one Adesanya
Gbenga, a generating set repairer, whom she
engaged to drive the stolen vehicle.
According to him, “That wasn’t the first time I
would be helping her take a vehicle out of
Lagos to Sapele. It was about the third time.
First, it was a Toyota Camry ‘Big for Nothing’. I
helped her moved it from Ajah to Sapele, Delta
State. The second one was an ‘End of
Discussion’ Honda Accord and thirdly,
Volkswagen Passat, 2001 model. I moved that
too all night to Sapele.
“I was introduced to her in 2016 by her elder
brother, who worked as clearing and
forwarding agent. I was told she needed the
assistance of a good driver to take to Warri. I
later met her in Ajah where I helped took a
Toyota Camry to Sapele.
“About four months later, she summoned me
to GRA Ikeja. She gave me a Honda Accord
(End of Discussion) to help her collect fuel
from his brother at Wawa, Ogun State. I took
the fuel and returned the car. She then told me
that she has gotten another driver to take her.
She gave me N5,000 and I left.
“The last vehicle is the one that has created
crisis for me. Although, I have been wondering
where she has been getting these cars but she
told me that she hired them from Delta
whenever she comes to Lagos, and that a
driver brought her to Lagos and returned to
Delta. I didn’t know she steals cars,” he
Harrold, sources said, had already informed his
brother, Mukoro Okpako, of her desire to sell
the car, urging him to assist her in perfecting
custom papers for the Volkswagen Passat two
days before she was arrested in Agbor, Delta
The vehicle was recovered in Warri, with the
number plate already removed and parked in a
car mart for sale.
“She attempted concealing the stolen phone
when she was arrested. As it were now,
whereabouts of the other stolen, Honda
accord, End of Discussion and Toyota Camry,
Big for Nothing remained unknown as she
refused to cooperate with the Police during
preliminary investigation.” the source added.
The State Police’ Spokesperson, Dolapo
Badmos, who confirmed the arrest, noted that
the case has been transferred to State criminal
Investigation Department for further