Two people who allegedly pulled a knife on a seamstress at Awudome at dawn in their bid to rob her have been remanded into law enforcement custody by an Accra Circuit Courtroom.
James Annan, a professional motor rider (Okada) and Ebenezer Torto, a fisherman, have been charged with conspiracy to commit crime and attempt to commit criminal offense.
Torto is also facing a charge of carrying offensive weapon.
They have pleaded not responsible ahead of the court, presided around by Mr Emmanuel Essandoh. The two are predicted to reappear on May perhaps 5.
Prosecuting, Inspector Eric Pobee instructed the court docket that Augustine Animwaah, the complainant, is a seamstress and on April 25, this yr, at about 0430 several hours, the accused individuals achieved at T-Gardens at Chorkor and conspired to go on a stealing expedition.
He claimed on that exact same day, at about 0600 hours, the complainant, who is a resident of Awudome Estate, together with just one Alice Jepodoh, were being strolling to operate at North Kaneshie.
Inspector Pobee reported on achieving a put close to Saint Theresa’s Catholic Church in Awudome, the accused persons, who ended up on a Royal Motor Bicycle with registration number M-20-GR 9695, instantly stopped.
The prosecutor reported Torto, the pillion rider alighted and promptly pulled a knife, which was concealed in his shorts on the complainant and he demanded her cell telephone and money.
Inspector Pobee explained the complainant, in her bid to run for her existence, fell down and Torto continued to harass her even though on the ground with the knife.
Prosecution explained the complainant and her buddy Alice then shouted for aid, which captivated folks and two other law enforcement officers to the scene.
Inspector Pobee mentioned the two police officers arrested the accused folks together with the exhibits to the Kaneshie Law enforcement Station for further more investigations.
He mentioned the accused folks admitted the offence in their respective cautioned statements.