Don’t travel without informing Police – Court tells suspect

Accra- An Accra Circuit Court has remanded a David Frans, into Police custody for travelling outside the country without informing the Police whilst he was being investigated inn criminal matter.

The Police had commenced proceedings in court compelling Frans’s wife, Harriet who stood surety her husband to produce him in a matter of the issuance of dud cheque at the Nima Police station.

Chief Inspector Kwami Haligah arguing his case told the court that David was granted G0,000.00 Police enquiry bail by the Nima Police on January 18, this year.

According to Inspector Hailgah, Harriet Frans stood as surety for David. David was asked by the Police to report to on January 23, this year.

David since January 23, this year could not be traced hence the Police asked Harriet who stood as surety to produce him.

When David and Harriet were put before the court, it discharged Harriet and remanded David.

David’s Lawyer, Mr Gariba Apam, told the court that his client travelled and on his arrival in the country he appeared before the court.

The trial judge Mrs Jane Harriet Akweley Quaye advised David to inform the Police anytime he was travelling especially since investigations has commenced.

The judge indicated that laws in the country worked adding that one does not need to take the law in his or her hands.

David is expected to reappear on June 12.

Source: Ghana News Agency