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21.12.2007 General News

Court fines driver GH¢ 100 for resisting arrest

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A 22 year old taxi driver, Musah Koomson has been fined GH¢100 for resisting arrest and in default, he would spend three months in prison.

He pleaded not guilty.

He will re-appear before the court on February 1 next year to answer stealing charges.

Prosecuting, Police Inspector Juliana Essel-Dadzie told the court presided over by Mr. Samuel Entee (Junior) that on November 20 this year, the complainant Anthony Abban also a taxi driver with registration number WR 1948 X picked two men at the Appollo traffic light to Apremdo and along the route, the two men, pushed Abban out of the vehicle and sped away.

He said five days later the vehicle was found abandoned and an inspection revealed that a CD player, wheel caps and GH¢80 was missing.

Inspector Ahiadzu said on December 4, the complainant saw the missing CD player in a taxi, and after a thorough investigations, Koomson was arrested.

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