The Ghana Police Service has resolved not to back down on the fight against crime. This resolve has made several criminals change their minds, their ways and their activities, but for others, they are not perturbed by what the police is saying or doing, and they choose to continue their dangerous profession.
The more they engage in these activities, the more the police make arrest of these criminals, each and every day. The latest of the arrest, is a suspected "dangerous armed robber" and a "murder suspect" as well.
The suspect, who goes by the name, Godstrong Tettey, was arrested at Adeiso in the Eastern Region. Godstrong, per the police, has been on the Police's wanted list for alleged crimes such as murder, car-snatching and violent landguard activities.
What intensified the search for Godstrong by the Police by was when he was seen in a widely circulated video on social media, brandishing a pistol.
This led the Police to launch an intelligence operation which led to his capture. At the time of his arrest, several weapons were retrieved from him including two pump action guns, one locally manufactured pistol and one new foreign-manufactured pistol.
One would say, the weapons used in his operations to carry out his operation and terrorize people.
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