A MAN, who deals in narcotics at the blindside of the security agencies in a remote cottage near Kwamang in the Ashanti Region, has been exposed and arrested after he infamously stole eight cattle from the Kraal of another man.
Two weeks ago, Kwasi Appiah, aged 42, the cattle owner, realized the theft in his Kraal, which is located at Agona Domeabra. He then investigated the case on his own and realized that one Bukari Sulley together with other people, stole the animals.
Appiah also learnt that Sulley was hiding his (Appiah’s) stolen cattle at a cottage near Kwamang so on October 1, 2022, he reported the case to the Boamang Police, who accompanied him to arrest Sulley and retrieved the cattle.
Interestingly, during inspection in Sulley’s room, the police found 23 parcels of suspected narcotic drugs, concealed in a big fertilizer bag and a locally manufactured gun. The police quickly arrested him and sent him with the exhibits to the station.
A police report, sighted by Press1News, has confirmed the arrest.
“On 1/10/22 at about 1645hrs, one complainant Appiah Kwasi, 42, Agona-Dormeabra, came to Boamang station and reported that his intelligence indicates that one suspect Bukari Sulley together with others stole eight cattles from his kraal at Agona Domeabra about two weeks ago, and secretly brought them into his kraal at kwamang near Boamang to avoid detection.
“Based upon this information, the police day patrol team together with complainant, traced to the said kraal to a remote cottage near kwamang and managed to retrieve all the said stolen cattles in the kraal of suspect Bukari Sulley in a his cottage.
“Police upon arresting above named suspect further conducted a thorough search into his rooms nearby his kraal. Police managed to retrieve one unlicensed locally manufactured S/B gun and twenty three parcels of wrapped substances suspected to be narcotic drugs, concealed in big fertilizer sack near his bed”.
The police document also said “Upon interrogation, suspect admitted ownership of all the exhibits retrieved and the theft of the animals”.
The report said efforts are underway for the police to arrest all the accomplices of Sulley to also face prosecution.
FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr.,