Police officer who failed to stop at barrier crashes car; parcels of ‘Indian hemp’ found

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A police officer with the Formed Police Unit in Tesano-Accra is under strict guard at the Peki Government Hospital, where he was rushed to following a crash on the Kpeve mountains in the Volta Region.

Identified as G/Sergeant Lotsu Agbeko, 36, the police officer was said to be travelling to the Volta Region in his personal Toyota Corolla but failed to heed to a signal to stop when he got to the Have police barrier.

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Police officer who failed to stop at barrier crashes car; 85 parcels of ‘Indian hemp’ found

His failure to heed to the signal resulted in a hot chase by the personnel manning the barrier.

Unfortunately for him, he was involved in an accident in the process and had a fracture on his left hand. He was then rushed to the near-by health facility.

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It was after inspection of his vehicle that 84 parcels of substances suspected to be Indian hemp were found compressed in the boot.

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He is said to be responding to treatment.

In a situational report on Tuesday, June 14, the police in Kpeve says the suspect has been under guard since the incident on Saturday, June 11 around 12:30pm.

The substances have been retrieved

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