In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 13th, October, 2020

Police Officer Dismissed For Stealing Telephone And Cash Belonging to Job Applicant

Police Officer Dismissed For Stealing Phone And Money Belonging to Job Applicant

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The previous police officer has been charged to courtroom

 

A police officer has been dismissed for stealing a cellphone belonging to a job applicant.

 

It was gathered that the 24-year-old ex-police officer, Felix Olayiwola after being dismissed, was charged to courtroom on Monday earlier than an Osun State Magistrates Courtroom sitting in Osogbo.

 

He was alleged to have stolen the cell phone and money belonging to an applicant for police job.

 

Showing earlier than Justice of the Peace Modupe Awodele, the police prosecutor, John Idoko, mentioned the defendant dedicated the offence on August 24, 2020 at about eight:30pm at Osun State Command headquarters of Nigeria Police Drive in Osogbo.

 

Idoko alleged that the defendant stole a bag belonging to Bolaji Ajiboye the place he stored a Techno Camon 12 cell phone valued N58,000.

 

Additionally, within the bag stolen by the defendant was the sum of N25,000 belonging to Bolaji, mentioned to be an applicant for police recruitment.

 

The offences have been opposite to Part 383 and punishable underneath Part 390(9) of the Prison Code, Cap 34 Vol. II Regulation of Osun State, 2002.

 

The defendant, nonetheless, pleaded not responsible to the one rely pressed in opposition to him.

 

His counsel, O. O. Oladele, moved for his bail, saying Olayiwola had been dismissed from the police over the offence.

 

However Idoko opposed the bail software, saying the defendant would leap bail.

 

The prosecutor additionally advised the courtroom that the cellphone acquired misplaced over the last police recruitment.

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In her ruling, Justice of the Peace Awodele, dedicated the defendant to bail within the sum N100,000 with one surety in like sum and adjourned the matter until November 9 for listening to.

 

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