The Lungi Magistrate Court, presided over by Magistrate Joseph Amadu, ended its August session with a man sentenced to a two-year jail term.
Abdul Rahman Kamara, who pleaded guilty to larceny, was sentenced to two years while Alusine Sesay and Sorie Kanu were committed to the Port Loko High Court for larceny.
Mr Kamara on Wednesday August 1 is said to have entered into the office of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) at the Airport Ferry Road, Lungi, and stole ten green plastic chairs valued at Le 50,000
For Alusine and Sorie, who broke into the carpentry workshop of one Mohamed Koroma and carted three wooden beds plus two incomplete ones valued at Le 990,000, they were granted a Le 2,000,000 bail each with two sureties.
In a related development one Foday Kuma Kamara, who stands accused of wounding with intent after wounding one Samuel Shyllon, was also granted a Le 10,000,000 bail and his matter was committed to the High Court.