A 27-year-old woman has allegedly beheaded her husband Lartey Daniel 35, in a bizarre circumstances at My God village in Tei Glover, a farming community near Akyem Bosuso in the Fanteakwa South District in the Eastern Region.
The suspect, Rachel Tetteh has been arrested by the police while the headless body has been deposited at the morgue for preservation and autopsy.
Starr News, has gathered that a misunderstanding ensued, between the couple's and while the now deceased husband was on his way to the farm,the suspect trailed by and allegedly push him to the ground, and take control of the cutlass to cut off his head.
The police relations officers, of the Eastern regional office command, DSP Ebenezer Tetteh told starr news, police upon receipt of the information of the crime at about 7.30 am Sunday, October 3,2021, dispatched a team of Certified investigators into the scene.
He said police found the lifeless body of the deceased in ash trousers, over a white T-shirt lying dead in a prone position in the pool of blood with severed head along the path to the farm.
Police took inventories of the crime scene and examined the body. The body was retrieved and deposited at Akyem Tafo government hospital morgue pending autopsy.
DSP Tetteh said the police proceeded to arrest the suspect, Rachel Tetteh, and retrieved the cutlass she used to commit the heinous act.
The suspect is presently in police custody assisting with the investigation.
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