Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen’s widow Sarah Wairimu Cohen wants her rottweilers, Major and Snow released into her custody, immediately.
According to her lawyer, Philip Murgor, the dogs were taken away on September 15, 2019, by police inspectors Maxwell Otieno and Clement Mwangi.
IP Mwangi, Murgor said, lied about where the dogs were being held.
The officer, he noted, said the dogs were being held at the Police Dog Section, claims that they have proved to be false.
On Tuesday, Wairimu traced Major and Snow to an animal shelter in Karen, Kenya Society for the Protection & Care of Animals (KSCPCA).
Murgor also averred that upon inquiry, the KSPCA management said that they were holding the dogs on instructions of the DCI.
They also said that they will need authorization before releasing Major and Snow to their owner.
Last week, Judge Daniel Ogembo granted her permission to pick up her personal belongings clothes, shoes, handbags, and grooming tools at her matrimonial Kitisuru home.
She was however denied access to foods and alcohol, car, daughter’s belongings, the dogs “Major and Snow”, electronics, files from her office and paintings.
Sarah who has since been accused of murdering Cohen has denied the charges before the court.
She was released on a Sh2 million bail under strict terms.