Friday, May 24, 2013 10:08
Police Investigate Two For Armed Robbery
Two persons are under police investigation for Armed Robbery. Suspects Titus J. Freeman and T. Koloko Toygbah are currently in police detention undergoing investigation.
According to the Press & Public Affairs Section of the Liberia National Police, the two suspects broke into the homes of Prince Moore and Emmanuel Gbor in the Diamond Creek Community, Soul Clinic, Paynesville on June 6, 2012, at 3:45 a.m. and wounded one of the victims, Prince Moore.
Report says the alleged Armed robbers made away with several valuables including, one red Dayun Motor Bike valued at US$880.00, several phones, cash amount of L$1,500.00 and US$200.00 and a wrist watch valued at US$20.00.
Meanwhile a 35-year old man, Kablen Kromah, of Parker Paint has been arrested by officers of the Liberia National Police Anti-Narcotics Unit for being in possession of dangerous drugs.
Suspect Kromah was arrested on Friday, June 8, 2012, around the Parker Paint community .The suspect according to police was arrested with eleven pads of Heroin valued at two thousand five hundred Liberian Dollars.
The Press & Public Affairs Section of the Liberia National Police has disclosed that suspect Kromah during police investigation, admitted to selling drugs for the past three months, and pleaded with the police to pardon him.
Suspect Kromah is currently in police detention and is expected to be forwarded to court on Monday.
Additionally, Police in Monrovia are on the hunt for one Solomon Kokosolo for alleged Fraud & Theft for allegedly collecting one thousand United States Dollars from Hannah Macaulay of Gardnersville on Friday, June 8, 2012, under the pretext of helping her clear her container from the Freeport of Monrovia.
Suspect Kokosolo absconded after receiving the money and is on the run. The Press & Public Affairs Section of the Police said Victim Hannah Macaulay, told police investigators that suspect Kokosolo boasted of having connection with the Managing Director of the Freeport of Monrovia.