Aduana Star's player Farouk Adams seems to have gotten himself into trouble this time, the skipper for the football team(Aduana star's) has been found guilty of the murder of one Constable named Amos Mattey of the Wamfie Police Station. He was said to have left his duty post to buy something and never returned, back to his post till found dead on the following day by some group of people. According to the police, the incident happens to be a hit and run by a Red Toyota Camry, with it's registration number being GW-5882-17 which happens to be owned and was driven by the Aduana star's central defender.
The family of the young police officer is said to be in much distress than ever, but the police did a very good job in finding the cop killer. Today, the Aduana star's central defender was sent to court and charged on two counts. According to some law expects if he is charged with careless or inconsiderate driving, then he may be jailed by the court for a long time and if not lucky for life. The way things are being said if he did, took him to the hospital and reported himself to the police, he would have been a bail as we speak. But he made, matters worse as the day went by.
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