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Farouk Adams could have taken police officer to the hospital – DSP Asante

Wamfie District Police Commander, DSP Frank Akwasi Asante has further given details on the arrest of Aduana Stars defender Farouk Adams.

The 31-year-old is reported to have hit a police officer named Amos Mattey, now deceased, with a Red Toyota Camry with registration number GW 5882-17 Monday night.

Adams received medical care at the Dormaa East District Hospital at Wamfie after the accident.

Furthermore,  Constable Mattey – the law enforcement officer – was found dead the next day.

But according to DSP Asante, if the policeman received medical attention right after the incident, he might have been alive.

“What happened was that he parked his car at the Goil Filling Station and went to Dormaa East Hospital for medical treatment.

“This was because he said he had a cut on the ear after the incident. That’s why there are plasters on his ear,” Asante revealed to Hello FM.

“From the authorities at the hospital, if he had reported that something had happened we would have rushed to the place to take him(police officer) to the hospital.

“Although he (Farouk Adams) was in pain he could have taken the police officer along to the hospital for the two to receive medical attention at the same time but he refused to do that.”

Farouk Adams is currently in police custody and we await the next line of action concerning the death of the police officer. More to follow!

 

 

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