Augustin Kwame a jobless man from Kwame Danso in the Sene East District, Augustine Kwaku, has been condemned to 4years detainment by the Atebubu Magistrate Court directed by His Lordship Andrews Kwadwo, for taking eleven sheep in the Bono East Region.
Augustine conceded and was imprisoned on his supplication of liable.
As per court reports accessible to this paper, Augustine was going from Kwame Danso towards Atebubu in a freight truck with the sheep thought to have been taken from the encompassing towns however was captured at Bresuanu, a police designated spot.
ers upon cross examination and was therefore captured for robbery.
He was subsequently accused of the offense and charged. Proprietors of the creatures were welcome to the court where they recognized their creatures and removed them leaving just two now with the policing.
This paper assembled, notwithstanding, that a portion of the proprietors were troubled that the convict was condemned exclusively to four years on the grounds that, as per them, Augustine was a known criminal and will before long emerge and proceed with his stock in exchange and make life terrible for them.
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