The Lagos State Police Command has disclosed that the toxicology test for the autopsy on singer Ilerioluwa Aloba a.k.a Mohbad was conducted in the U.S.
The Police Command disclosed this on Wednesday when it paraded 37 persons allegedly involved in cultism, armed robbery, kidnapping, unlawful possession of firearms and other crimes.
The Lagos Commissioner of Police (CP), Mr Adegoke Fayoade, who made the disclosure, said that the police were waiting for the report.
Fayoade gave the assurance that the report would be made public when the police have received it.
Meanwhile, parading the suspects and exhibits recovered from them, the Lagos CP disclosed they were arrested after he assumed duty about a month ago.
Fayoade said that a total of 16 firearms, including 72 live cartridges, 75 live ammunition and one expended cartridge, were recovered from the suspects.
Other items recovered, according to him, are one pistol magazine, a toy pistol, six axes, four daggers, five cutlasses, two vehicles, one Point of Sale (POS) machine, fake vehicle number plates and charms.
Fayoade said that the paraded persons included three suspected leaders of a notorious cult group terrorising residents of Ikorodu, and three members of an armed robbery gang wearing military camouflage.
He said that the fake soldiers were arrested by the 9th Brigade of the Nigerian Army and handed over to the police.
The police boss said that 1,050 commercial motorcycles were also seized for contravening traffic rules and regulations.
He said that the motorcycles would be crushed soon.
He said that, to avoid explosions, some areas suspected to house explosives would be raided soon.
Fayoade advised residents of Lagos State to avoid talking about their business transactions involving money, in public, as it could attract criminals.
He also advised the residents to minimise going out with their automated teller machine cards.