An accused Musa Kargbo an apprentice at the Back Street garage, Brookfield’s appeared before
Magistrate Shyllon of court No.3 yesterday charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit felony and robbery with aggravation and was refused bail. It was said in court that on the 7th April 2009 the accused Musa Kargbo and others conspired to commit a crime with a knife and robbed the complainant Victor Carew of one Samsung mobile phone. The prosecutor Sergeant Bangura objected to bail on the grounds that the matter is serious. The presiding Magistrate Shyllon said he hates this new style of stealing in the country. He refused the accused bail and said he was disgusted with people who are forcefully taking things from other people adding that he was ready to send the matter to high court if only the police can invite all witnesses to testify in the matter. The case was adjourned to the 28th April.