Monday, February 18, 2013

Cape Coast police catch Accra extortion cop

ATL FM Ghana

An Accra policeman has been charged with extortion after Cape Coast police busted him last Thursday when he and three others posed as National Security Guards and tried to arrest a man they accused of dealing in mercury.

 On Thursday, Kotokuraba Police arrested detectivecorporal Daneil Adjei Asare of CID Headquarters in Accra, along with Sampson Mends a civilian employee with the Ghanian Armed Forces, Teshie Accra Peter Amenyo, an auto mechanic from Accra and Rijee Rizvi Mamudeen a businessman from Malaysia.

Kotokuraba police inspector ASP Emmanuel Tetteh said the four posed as National Security Operatives and arrested a man who they accused of dealing in a substance believed to be mercury.

They allegedly forced the man to pay them 1000 cedi to be freed, and warned him not to disclose what had happened.

The Kotokuraba police, upon a tip off, followed the four suspects, and arrested them at Moree Junction on Thursday afternoon.

 An Accra policeman has been charged with extortion after Cape Coast police busted him last Thursday when he and three others posed as National Security Guards and tried to arrest a man they accused of dealing in mercury.

On Thursday, Kotokuraba Police arrested detectivecorporal Daneil Adjei Asare of CID Headquarters in Accra, along with Sampson Mends a civilian employee with the Ghanian Armed Forces, Teshie Accra Peter Amenyo, an auto mechanic from Accra and Rijee Rizvi Mamudeen a businessman from Malaysia.
 Kotokuraba police inspector ASP Emmanuel Tetteh said the four posed as National Security Operatives and arrested a man who they accused of dealing in a substance believed to be mercury.
 They allegedly forced the man to pay them 1000 cedi to be freed, and warned him not to disclose what had happened.

The Kotokuraba police, upon a tip off, followed the four suspects, and arrested them at Moree Junction on Thursday afternoon.