SHS Students Remanded For The 3rd Time Over Colleague’s ‘Killing’

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The Konongo District Court has for the third time remanded the five juveniles standing trial in connection with the death of a first-year male student of the Konongo-Odumase Senior High School.

The court adjourned the case after a representative from the Attorney General’s rep could not show up.

It directed the prosecution to notify the office of the Attorney General to take over the matter.

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The magistrate, Her Worship Joyce Bamfo, remanded the juveniles to reappear on the 29th of November, 2021.

According to a police statement, the students went on a bullying spree on the night of Friday, November 5, 2021, after prep hours, leading to the attack on the deceased, Sam’un Larhan, 15.

The students are expected to face murder-related charges.

Larhan Sam’un, the deceased, was stabbed with a knife by his colleague after he attempted to resolve a scuffle between the suspect and his mates.

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Preliminary investigations by the police show that the prime suspect, 17-year-old Emmanuel Frimpong, was abusing some form-one students and upon resistance by some students, he stabbed Larhan Sam’un to death.

Source: citifmonline

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