The assistant headmaster, Kofi Appiah, has been arrested for wrongly detainment of students.
A day ago, the headmaster of Ejisu Senior High Technical School locked two students up for alleged crime.
It was reported that the students stole a school stabilizer. Nevertheless, they were caught by a taxi driver when they tried to scale over the school's wall.
The matter was brought before the headmaster, he then locked these students up in his office overnight.
One of the students attempted suicide by drinking soapy water. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Today, the headmaster has been arrested for wrongful detainment of students.
The police said no one, apart from the police, has right to detain a suspect.
He added that if someone is suspected of a crime, they should be sent to the police station.
The police have given a warning to the general public that, no individual should lock up suspects at their offices, home or any place.
All crimes should be reported to the police.
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