Four Security Operatives Remanded For Allegedly Stealing EC Boss’ Husband’s Vehicles
Four national security personnel who reportedly stole vehicles belonging to Dr Charles Mensa, husband of Electoral Commission (EC) Chairperson Mrs Jean Mensa, have been remanded in police custody by an Accra Circuit Court.
The accused are accused of destroying the complainant’s iron gate and breaking into his compound without permission.
On Tuesday, July 27, the group entered the compound with two towing vehicles with the license plates GX3976-20 and GW557V and drove away with a Toyota Land Cruiser and a Nissan Patrol.
Alhaji Ahmed Bandoh, Albert Paa Kwesi Okyere, Kwasi Acheampong, George Antwi, and Randy, who is still at large, are the accused.
They’ve been charged with illegal entrance, theft, causing unlawful damage, and criminal conspiracy.
Their case has yet to be heard in the courtroom of Evelyn Asamoah.
An application for bail was also denied because the inquiry was still ongoing.
The accused suspects were apprehended by some military troops, according to Chief Inspector Emmanuel Haligah, who represented the prosecutor ASP Slyvester Asare in court.
When the suspects were leaving Mr Mensa’s residence, the troops noticed them.
They were handed up to the National Security Police by the military guys.
The drivers are being investigated, and arrests are being made to help with the investigation.
The drivers of the towing vehicles, on the other hand, were able to leave with their vehicles.
The drivers are being sought in order to aid with the investigation.