Plateau Police Command Parades Son For Killing Own Father Over MotorcycleFeatured, Latest News, News From The State Friday, June 26th, 2015
Agabus Pwanagba, Jos – The Plateau State Police Command has paraded a young man who allegedly killed his father for refusing to buy him a motorcycle as promised.
The suspect was paraded Friday, by the State’s Commissioner of Police, Nasiru Oki, at the Police Headquarters in Jos, the State Capital.
Oki said, “On the 2nd, June, 2015, at Doruwa village in Shendam LGA, one Ponjue Domsing killed his father, Mr. Domsing, as he opened fire on him with a Dane gun, for refusing to buy him motorcycle as earlier promised.
Ponjue who spoke to AFRICAN EXAMINER confessed to have committed the crime.
“We had a fight with my father and it was in the process I shot him and I was later told he died. I regret my action” Ponjue bemoaned.
The State’s Police Commissioner informed that investigation into the incident has been completed and the suspect would soon appear in court, when courts resume from the ongoing strike.
Another case of culpable homicide in Shendam LGA is the one involving Musa Anambo, Bashir Yusuf, Yakubu Haruna and others at large, who conspired and presented themselves as members of a vigilante group, tortured to death, one Musa Yusuf aged 24, after arresting him for allegedly stealing Turkey and Guinea fowl.
The Commissioner assured that investigation was ongoing and the suspects would be charged to court once the questioning was concluded.
Other suspects were paraded for armed robbery and car theft.
Oki assured citizens of the Command’s commitment to flush out criminals and identify their hideouts, while urging residents to always corporate with security operatives by providing useful information on criminals and their hideouts.
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