Police sergeant in viral video smoking narcotic interdicted

The Police Administration has interdicted Sgt. Isaac Nii Sowah, stationed at the Accra Regional Police Command, who was captured in uniform smoking a substance suspected to be a narcotic drug.
Police have said the investigation into the incident is ongoing, and the Sergeant will be taken through the necessary disciplinary and legal action.
In addition, he would be given the necessary psycho-social support in line with the new strategic police welfare policy, the police added.

Armed robber sentenced to 16 years imprisonment in hard labour.

In another development, an armed robber who was arrested by the Police at Sefwi Nketieso in the Western Region has been handed a 16-year jail term by the court.
The convict, Isaac Addae, on May 29, 2022, visited his victim, a gold buyer, under the pretext of selling him some gold.
When the victim took him to his room to weigh the said gold, Isaac Addae pulled out a knife, stabbed him, robbed him of an amount of GH¢15,000.00 and a mobile phone.
On June 9, 2022, he was given 16 years imprisonment in hard labour by the court after he pleaded guilty to the charges brought against him.

source: citinewsroom.com

Shooting At Zammrama Line Involving A Soldier: Six Persons Injured

A statement signed by the Head of Public Affairs Unit Superintendent Juliana Obeng has said that the Ghana Police have arrested and taken into custody, a soldier, Sergeant Isaac Abbey and two other persons, Godfred Amegbor and Ofei Darko for their alleged involvement in a shooting incident on a disputed piece of land at Zammrama Line, a suburb of Accra on June 4, 2022.


According to the statement, suspect Sergeant Isaac Abbey allegedly shot and injured four people on the said piece of land. The victims, Ali Ashilley, Akim Zibo, Salam Musah and Faisal Khalid Azumah who sustained various degrees of gunshot wounds were sent to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for treatment.


Also, two of the arrested persons, suspect Godfred Amegbor and Ofei Darko who posed as soldiers also sustained some injuries and were sent to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for treatment.


Superintendent Juliana Obeng said the two claimed to be military personnel but that claim is yet to be has established. The statement said investigations are ongoing and assures that the suspects will be taken through process of the law.