An ex-convict, recognized uniquely as Isaac and his companion, Yussif Mumuni, have been condemned to an aggregate of 34 years detainment in hard work by a Circuit Court in Cape Coast.
They are individually to serve 24 and 10 years each on that score.
They argued not liable to the charges of theft but rather were both seen as liable and sentenced by the court, managed by Mrs Abena Buansi Amponsah, after preliminary.
Representing the distinction in prison term, Mrs Amponsah said Mr Mumuni was a first time guilty party.
Sergeant Yakubu Iddrisu said the complainant for the situation, Afortey Odai, is a driver and an occupant of Teshie, a suburb of Accra, while Isaac and Mumuni are both jobless and inhabitants of Adisadel in Cape Coast.
He said two other charged people were on the loose.
He told the court that at some point in February 2020, at around 2230 hours, Mr Odai landed a few travelers in Cape Coast and left his vehicle around London Scaffold, a suburb of Cape Coast, to examine a few issues with a companion named Enoch Boadu.
The arraignment said minutes after the fact, one of the charged out of the blue hurried unto the complainant and his companion, assaulted them with a blade and removed an infinix telephone and a measure of GH₵630.00.
As per Sergeant Iddrisu, the complainant’s request for help pulled in an observer who interceded by calling the Police.
He said when a Police Watch group showed up at the scene every one of the aggressors had catapulted, in any case, Isaac and Mumuni were found and captured.