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City Court Jails Green Flower Security For Alleged Murder

The Monrovia City Court has sent a man identified as Titus A. Greeves to jail for allegedly killing his friend, Francis Lamah Kollie, in the Boys’ Town community.

Defendant Greeves who works as security guard at the Green Flower Security Firm was arrested on December 22, 2022 at his Boys Community in lower Margibi County.

Police investigation revealed that on Friday December 16, 2021 the deceased Francis Lamah Kollie and some motorcyclists were engaged in confusion resulting to the bike riders forcibly exploiting money from him (deceased).

The investigation further explained that the deceased while being robbed by the bike riders took his balance monies of $US30 and LD600 to defendant Greeves for safe keeping.

The investigation, among other things, noted that when the deceased went back for his monies which he had given defendant Greeves to his outmost surprise, he only received LD 600.

When the deceased asked for his US$ 30, the defendant asked him to leave the scene; something which sparked up serious confusion between the both of them and that resulted to defendant Greeves stabbing the deceased in stomach that led to his death.

Meanwhile, defendant Greeves has been charged with Murder in violation of Chapter 14, section 14.1 of the Revised Penal Code of Liberia pending court trial.

Defendant Greeves, 34, was arrested December 22, 2022 by officers of the LNP after he escaped to Buchanan, Grand Bassa.

The police charge sheet further revealed that defendant Greeves previously fled to Owen Grove, Grand Bassa where he left the knife he had used to murder victim Kollie.

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