The soldier, Agriwen Owen who was dismissed from the Ghana Armed Forces and National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) for misconduct has been arrested by the Sandema District Police Command in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
On Monday, October 5, Agriwen Owen attacked and attempted to rob a certain man in his house with a pump-action gun.
The man went to Sandema Police Station and lodged a complain about the dismissed soldier, Agriwen Owen.
The police team were performing their night duty and suddenly spotted Agriwen Owen on an unregistered motorbike.
The police signaled him to stop but he refused so they chased him down and fortunately, he was caught and arrested holding a big bag.
The police searched in his bag and they found a pump-action gun, seven (7) AAA live cartridges, one empty AAA empty cartridge, a Jackknife, one (1) handcuff, and a Talisman.
The police also followed Owen to his house and searched his room.
They found ash Police Torchlight, one empty cartridge, a police reflector and a piece of Police material with the inscription Ghana in his room after the search.
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The Sandema District Police Command retrieved all these items and they are in the police custody.
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