Missing crown: Police charge Ayiri, others to court

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The Police in Delta State have filed a three-count charge of burglary, stealing and felony  against Chief Ayiri Emami and others at large before a magistrate’s court sitting in Warri.

 

The charge, MW/178 C 2021, the Commissioner of Police vs Chief Emami.   reads: “That you Chief Emami and others at large on March 30, 2021, about 11.30p.m., at Olu of Warri Palace, Warri in the Warri Magisterial District did conspire among yourselves to commit felony, burglary and stealing.”

Count II: “That you Chief Emami and others now at large on March 30, 2021, about 11.30p.m., at Olu of Warri Palace, Warri in the Warri Magisterial District with intent to commit a felony, breaks into a dwelling house of the Olu of Warri.”

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Count III: “That you Chief Emami and others now at large, on March 30, 2021, about 11.30p.m., at Olu of Warri Palace, Warri in the Warri Magisterial District did stole two crowns value at N2 billion.”

According to the charge sheet, the alleged stolen crowns belong to Itsekiri.

It also stated that the offences are punishable under certain sections of the  Criminal Code Laws of Delta State.

Chief Ayiri pleaded not guilty to the charge. The Chief Magistrate, Ejiro Diejomaoh, granted bail to Ayiri in the sum of N2 million, with two sureties, who must not be persons lower than Level 15 and in like sum.

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