Sarah Wairimu, widow of murdered Dutch Billionaire Tob Cohen, has called on the court to compel her to collect a list of personal belongings which are at her husband’s Sh400 million mansion.

The Kisturu home has been cordoned off as a crime scene since the dutch man’s body was in September discovered at a septic tank in the compound.

Wairimu, through her lawyer Philip Murgor compiled a list of the various personal items which she needed with immediate effect while requesting that some of the moveable items be kept in DCI’s custody.

Her lists includes her alcoholic drinks which she says are stored in kitchen, her office, and in daughter’s bedroom.

She also lists her handbags, golfing equipment, foodstuffs, clothes, grooming tools,wine glasses, plates, dishes, cups, and cutlery items.

Other items in the list are electronics specifically, a Briggs and Straton lawn mower, pieces of artwork, assorted furniture, and a Honda generator.

Wairimu’s petition further seeks to compel the Director of Criminal Investigations to release two dogs and her personal vehicle (reg no. KBW 171G) which are in state custody.

She accuses Kinoti of irregularly confiscating her valuable rottweiler dogs, named Major and Snow – which are from the rare Labrador and Doberman breeds respectively.

The latest application is one of the many twists and turns in the case where Wairimu and a Gilgil businessman are accused of murdering the late Cohen.

Wairimu’s legal team has taken the state head on – filing a number of applications against the prosecution and against DCI George Kinoti who led investigations into Cohen’s murder.

Murgor has accused Kinoti of committing contempt of court and went as far as requesting the top detective’s call and text history to prove his allegations.