Police intercepts GH¢300K worth of ‘wee’

Wee Volta About 50 sacks of dry leaves believed to be Indian hemp were intercepted

Mon, 10 Dec 2018 Source: classfmonline.com

A team of 25 SWAT Police personnel of the Ghana Police Service in the Volta Region led by ASP Banini on Saturday, 8 December 2018 intercepted substances believed to be indian hemp at a hideout in Kpeve.

Speaking to the media, the Volta Regional police commander, DCOP F.E. Doku said acting upon intelligence, his personnel were able to intercept about 50 sacks of dry leaves believed to be Indian hemp, five barrels of the herbs, four locally manufactured guns and two unregistered jungle motorbikes used by the suspects before they fled to the bush while his men were trying to apprehend them.

Four of the suspects have been picked up as investigations are still ongoing. They are Prosper Donkor 27, Adomla Torvor 70, Gati Samuel 38 and Dotse Noah 25.

Mr Doku said the suspects would be arraigned on Tuesday, 11 December 2018.

Source: classfmonline.com