Ashaiman court convicts two nefarious bandits to 10 years in hard labour for stealing
Notorious Ashaiman criminal has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in hard labour by the Ashaiman circuit court for stealing.
Tears flow in court when two young nefarious bandits in Dawhenya within the Greater Accra Region and the jurisdiction of the Ashaiman Circuit Court were sentenced to 10 years in hard labour for stealing.
Charged on two counts as conspiracy to commit crime to wit: Stealing contrary to section 23(1) of the criminal offenses Act 1960(Act 29).
They were additionally, they were also charged with stealing contrary to section 124(1) of the criminal offenses Act 1960(Act 29).
The court presided over by His Honour Simon Gaga found Ayiku Haruna Mohammed and Famous Gadri guilty, convicted, and sentenced the duo to 10 years in prison on their own guilty plea for dishonestly appropriating one Apsonic motorbike valued atGHS14,000.00.
Prosecuting:Chief Inspector Nunoo Mensah presenting the brief fact of the case as investigated by Chief Inspector Richard Duku said the complainant Selorm Hlodzi is a policeman stationed at Dawhenya and resides at Adotey while the 1st accused, Haruna Ayiku Mohammad aged, 18, is a student at Sege Senior High School but resides at Prampram.
The 2nd accused person, Famous Gadri age, 22, is a kente weaver residing at Brazando in the Volta Region. C/Inspector Nunoo Mensah advanced that on December 7, 2022, the complainant parked his Apsonic motorbike with chases number CAAU5964858 valued at GHS14,000.00 in front of his house at Adotey.
He said at about 2:00 am, the complainant got up and detected that the motorbike was stolen. On December 25, 2022, police intelligence led to the arrest of the two accused persons.
In their caution statement, C/Inspector Nunoo Mensah noted that the duo admitted having stolen the motorbike and sold it to a certain man at Asutware, near Akosombo at the cost of GHS5,000.00 and shared the proceeds among themselves.
The accused persons could not lead police to the place of abode of the receiver. They were charged with the offense after investigations.