The 15 suspects arrested over the invasion of the home of Mary Odili, a Supreme Court justice, have been taken to a Federal High Court by police for arraignment.
The police is arraigning the suspects before Justice Nkeonye Maha, the presiding judge, on an 18-count charge.
FirstNews reported that security operatives had on October 29, 2021 invaded the residence of Odili in Abuja to enforce a search warrant issued by a magistrate court over the allegation of illegal activities happening at the house.
However, on November 11, the police paraded 14 persons arrested in connection with the invasion.
The force equally arrested one Abdullahi Usman, an assistant superintendent of immigration, who serves in the Nasarawa command.
Police spokesman, Frank Mba, while parading the suspects, had accused them of forging documents that were used in securing the search warrant.