The Tema Provincial Police Order has caught a 21-year-older individual for purportedly slicing her father to death.
The scene happened last Sunday, May 30, at Tema People group 2.
According to the acting Advertising Official of the Tema Territorial Police Order, Boss Investigator Stella Dede Dzakpasu, at about 6:45am, the assume's kin, halted a complaint about the scene.
She said the police proceeded to the scene and found the terminated lying in a pool of blood.
She said an examination of the body drove by the police uncovered various new wounds on the head and the throat.
She said two kitchen cutting edges were in like manner recuperated at the wrongdoing area.
As demonstrated by the police, starter assessments uncovered that the assume had shown a surprising behavior over the earlier week and was sent off a request camp at Tema New Town on Saturday, May 29. The watchmen were, in any case, urged to send the suspect to a psychological center for treatment.
In any case, the following day, Sunday, May 30, the suspect started acting strangely again and hustled to the store space to pick two cutting edges and subsequently injured her father to death while he was dozing.
The body of the terminated has been given to the Tema General Emergency clinic memorial service home for defending expecting analyzation.
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