Takoradi kidnap suspect suffers beatings in Court
Samuel Udoetuk Wills, Suspect in the kidnapping of three girls in the Western region was today harassed and beaten inside the Takoradi Magistrate court and even more, while exiting the court.
The incident took place when the alleged kidnapper was being led to the Takoradi district magistrate court before his worship Michael Ampadu assumed his seat.
The frustrated mothers questioned Samuel Wills of the whereabouts of their children but the accused did not respond.
In the process of the assault, information available to thepublisheronline.com indicates, he abandoned his sandals in court.
The court adjourned the hearing to April 4, to continue the attention-grabbing trial of kidnapping that has shaken the nation in recent times.
Suspected Nigerian kidnapper rearrested after cell break in Takoradi
The suspected kidnapper, managed to escape from police cell on 30th December, after cutting the iron-rods in the ventilation windows of the cell.
The Western Regional Police Command Public Relations Officer, DSP Olivia Adiku who confirmed the rearrest to said;
“The Police had information that the suspect was hiding in an uncompleted building at a spot between Nkroful and Kansawurodo, and indeed he was located and rearrested. Whiles the police was bringing him, the residents wanted to lynch the suspect but we called for re-enforcement and managed to take him to the station”.
The 28-year-old suspected kidnapper’s re-arrest came after the Takoradi Central Police Command in line with police procedures charged police personnel who were on duty on the day of escape to produce the escapee within ten days.