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Police Officer Remanded for Robbery

August 8, 2017 By Memunatu Bangura

Mohamed Kamara, Santigie Bundu, Alimamy Turay (Police Officer) and Hassan Momoh Kamara were last Friday (4th July, 2017) remanded to the Male Correctional Centre after they made second appearance before Magistrate Albert Moody of Court No. 1.

The four accused persons were charged with eight counts ranging from robbery with aggravation, wounding, assault, carrying offensive weapon, possession of small arms without license, to receiving stolen property contrary to law.

The Particulars of offence stated that on Tuesday 7th February, 2017 at Kerry town in Waterloo judicial district, being armed with machetes and a rifle with serial  No. UB60A6821 and its magazine containing ammunition, robbed Mahmud Sinc one Iphone6+, one black smart phone silver, Apple laptop computer, one black sonny plasma, star max DVD player, one black satellite decoder, ten smart mobile phone with inscription Ranger, one grey singer sewing machine and two gold marriage ring, all to the total value of eight one million, six hundred and fifty thousand Leones.

Police also alleged that the men on the same date and place wounded Mahmud Sinc and also assaulted Latifa Sinc in a manner resulting to actual bodily harm.

The 4th accused (Hassan Momoh Kamara) was charged for receiving two Ranger mobile phone valued two million Leones believed to be stolen properties.

The matter was adjourned for further hearing.

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