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Yekeh’s District Protestors In Court

By Grace Q. Bryant
The Liberia National Police have arrested, investigated, charged, and sent to court six men for aggravated assault in connection with District 10 violence over the weekend.
Those forwarded to court are Heyluck Mark, Jeremiah Koatea, Elijah Yarkpawolo, Varney Kamara ,Ayouba Swaray , Junior Pewee and others to be identified were arrested on March 24, in the Old Road Community.
The police charge sheet revealed that the defendants assembled in the district wearing green reflected jackets and green berets with cutlasses in their hands, blocked the main road from the direction of the invincible park, and began to throw stones.
The police further added that their actions resulted in victims Gola Sorsor and Jusu Varney vehicles being damaged, thereafter the Police Support Unit headed by DCP Godfrey Kollie arrived on the scene to create claim.
Accordingly, the LNP added that in the presence of the Police Support Unit the defendants allegedly attack a lady identified as Love Kellah and several others, a resident of VP Road thereafter making away with her cash in the tone of L$10, 000.
Meanwhile, the Liberia National Police have charged the defendants for the commission of the crimes of aggravated assault, riot, failure to disperse, disorderly conduct, theft of property and obstructing highways and public passages which is in violations of Chapter 14, 15, and 17; Sections 14.26, 1551, 17.1, 17.3 and 17.7 of the Panel Law of Liberia.

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