Court Adjourns Conspiracy Trial

Court Adjourns Conspiracy Trial

Magistrate Christiana Leone of the Brikama Magistrates’ Court last Wednesday adjourned a three-count trial against Nfansu Camara, Kebba Bah and Omar Jallow, after the police prosecutor applied for an adjournment.

Prosecutor Sergeant 2294 Jammeh said the vehicle that should transport the accused persons to court had a break down. He informed the court that the first and third accused persons were on court bail but the bails were revoked during the last adjournment date.

The matter is now adjourned for the second accused person Kebba Bah to open his defence.

Nfansu Camara, Kebba Bah and Omar Jallow are accused of conspiring among themselves to commit an offence therein to wit theft on or about 30th May 2015 at Brikama Santo-Su.

They are also accused of breaking and entering the shop of one Sulayman Trawally with intent to commit a felony therein to wit theft on the same day and place.

On count three, the accused persons are charged for breaking into the shop of Sulayman Trawally and stole one laptop, marked Acer valued D8, 000; one double sim mobile phone marked Samsung valued D5, 000; one gross of China green tea (Attaya) containing 10 packets valued D70; one black bag valued D350; three packets of Piccadilly cigarette valued D150; three packets of Bond cigarette valued D150; eight Africell sim cards valued D80; one packet of Royal cigarette valued D25 and one packet of candle valued D75.

The matter is adjourned to 10th October 2016.

by Fatou Gassama