The Assin Fosu District Court has sentenced a 29-12 months-old vehicle-mechanic to one-calendar year imprisonment for stealing 4 traces of rail tracks.
The tracks belong to the Ghana Railway Company at Assin-Fosu in the Assin Central Municipality of the Central Location.
Daniel Dadzie, alias Yaw Donkoh, was stated to have stolen the four toes long items of the set railway metals, however to be valued, and bolted on looking at the law enforcement.
He pleaded responsible and was convicted on his individual plea by the court.
The prosecutor, Law enforcement Inspector Gilbert Ayongo instructed the Court that the complainants were users of the Fosu Divisional Police Command Patrol Staff.
They were Inspector Johnson Kpeglo Dzikunu, Sergeant Samuel Holomah, Lance Corporal Evans Livingstone Bokograh and Ernest Owusu-Ansah.
Prosecution explained on Tuesday, April 21, at about 2:00am, the 4-member night patrol staff noticed the convict and his accomplice on a tricycle loaded with the pieces of the railway metals.
On seeing the law enforcement, his accomplice jumped off and bolted leaving the convict.
The police signalled the convict to cease but he disregarded the purchase and sped off by obscure routes to conceal the tricycle and its written content at Railway Station and bolted.
The police patrol group traced the tricycle to its location, impounded it and later on arrested the convict who reported he was hired by a selected youthful Rastafarian to cart them to an agreed on location.