Temple of Justice
Court Orders Detention of 4 “Notorious” Armed Robbers
By Comfort M. Johnson
MONROVIA February 15 (LINA) –The Monrovia City Court at the Temple of Justice has detained at the Monrovia Central Prison four “notorious” armed robbers who allegedly carried out robberies in and around Monrovia.
The alleged criminals are Alfred David, Clarence Kieh, Prince Toe and Alvin Yancy, all of whom were arrested on Wednesday, February 8, in connection with series of armed robberies.
They were on Tuesday, February 14, arraigned before the court to answer to the charges levied against them.
The Police charge sheet indicated that the four men robbed a number of communities in Monrovia, including Thinker’s Village, Perry Street, Center Street and Brewerville and made away with several valuables, including cash.
According to the charge sheet, the men were armed with cutlasses and other deadly weapons with which they threatened to harm their victims if they did not surrender their properties.
Valuables stolen include flat screen TVs, DVD players, cell phones, Ipad.
The charge sheet said during investigation the four “notorious” armed robbers admitted committing the crime.
They are currently detained awaiting court trial.