Kasoa Again! Police arrest 340 criminals and Pr0stitutes

Kasoa Again! Police arrest 340 criminals and Pr0stitutes

On Thursday, April 29, 2020, police arrested over 340 alleged criminals in Kasoa and its environs in the central area.

Kasoa Again! Police arrest 340 criminals and Pr0stitutes

Women and men accused of being criminals and prostitution working in the city were included, according to a study filed by Pulse.com.gh.

According to the police, the operation, called OPERATION STORM KASOA, is part of their efforts to crack down on criminals in the region.

Kasoa Millenium City, Kasoa, Awutu Breku, Gomoa Fetteh, Ofakor, and the surrounding areas were all targeted.

The police seized drugs believed to be Indian marijuana, firearms, and over 200 motorcycles during the raid on their numerous improvised structures and hideouts.

DCOP Habiba Twumasi, the Central Regional Police Commander, said the swoop was appropriate to rid the city of illegal activities that had recently become rampant in the district.

The assassination of a 10-year-old by two teens for money ceremonies, as well as the shooting of a businessman in Opeikuma, are two examples.

According to DCOP Twumasi, after conducting the requisite inquiries, the suspects will be screened and sent to jail.

Over 70 alleged offenders were arrested by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command during a huge swoop, according to Buzzgh.com.

Some of the alleged suspects were apprehended at a weed-smoking base, while others hid with their bags and mats in the cemetery.

The step, according to the Divisional Police Command, is part of an effort to beef up security in Kasoa in order to reduce the number of homicides and robberies in the city.

Chief Superintendent Charles Ampem Koosonu, the Divisional Police Commander, said that he and his staff would be working around the clock to restore sanity to Kasoa.

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As per StarrNews, the suspects were scheduled to appear in court on April 22, 2021.