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09.07.2008 Crime & Punishment

Radio repairer on GH¢100 bail for stealing

By gna
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The Nyinahin Magistrate Court presided over by Mr Augustine Essah, has granted a GH¢100 bail to Kwadwo Bright, 20, on charges of stealing electric cables and unlawful entry.
Bright, who pleaded not guilty for stealing but guilty for unlawful entry, would re-appear before the court on July 9, 2008.
Police Chief Inspector Napoleon Isaac Asherow told the court that the complainant Kwaku Asiamah, a farmer and the accused person both lived at Nyinahin.

He said in June last month, the complainant whilst asleep in his room woke up and found out that there was a power outage in the house so he came out to detect that the cable connecting his meter has been cut-off.
Chief Inspector Asherow said a week later, the complainant experienced another power outage around the same time but this time with a touch light he saw the accused around the house and questioned him about his mission.
Accused replied that he was looking for his girl friend, not convinced with the explanation, the complainant reported the matter to the police and the accused was arrested and charged with the offence.

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