Plateau State police command yesterday paraded a man who killed his father for not buying him a motorcycle as promised.
The State Police Commissioner, Nasiru Oki while parading the accused amongst other suspects at the state police headquarters, explained that they are to be charged for culpable homicide and criminal conspiracy.
He said, “Plateau State police command in its resolve to rid the state of crime and criminal activities have arrested murder suspects and some other individuals for various offences ranging from criminal conspiracy to armed robbery and car snatching.”
According to him, “on May 2, 2015 at Doruwa Vwang village at Shendam Local government Area of the state , one Ponjue Domsing killed his father Mr. Domsing as he opened fire on him with a dane gun for refusing to buy motorcycle for him as promised.
“The investigation has been completed and the suspect will soon appear in court when court resumes from strike.”
“Also on May 4, 2015 there was a report from Bukuru Division that one Christopher Vincent was stabbed to death by Monday Pam, who dumped his corpse by the roadside along Zawan road.
“The police detectives through diligent investigation arrested the deceased’s girlfriend, Magdaline Fidelis, on suspicion of conspiracy.
“After interrogation she confessed to the police that the deceased was killed by Monday Pam over misunderstanding between them in her house over who was her lover.
“When Monday Pam was apprehended, he owned up to the crime, the suspect will be brought before soonest.”
Also, the police commissioner said on June 23, at about 800hrs, police detectives at Laranto Division through information and diligent investigation apprehended one Surelere Rapheal, who cut off the finger of his nine-years-old daughter, Tutu Raphael. According to eyewitnesses, be cut off his daughter’s finger on the allegation that she stole his N1, 500.
The severed finger of the girl has been recovered as exhibit, while the girl is being treated at Ola Hospital Jos.
The suspect has confessed to the crime, and he would soon appear in court after investigation.”

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