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AB Kromah linked to obstructing justice, but…

Deputy Police Director for Operations, Col. Abraham Kromah, has been seriously linked to obstructing justice in a vehicle theft case involving a man identified as Dalama Kromah.

Defendant Dalama Kromah, who is charged with theft of property, is reportedly a brother of the deputy police chief.

But Mr. Kromah has denied having knowledge of any car theft or stopping any police officer at the Zone #5 depot in Paynesville Joe Bar from taking the defendant to court.

“They have started lying on me again; why every time when they are carrying on police duties, they will always say 102? Okay, since it is police duties why they can’t say 100 or 101; I don’t know anything about that”, Director Kromah denied.

This paper gathered Monday at the Zone Five police depot in Paynesville Joe Bar that an alleged brother of deputy director Kromah had been involved in a theft of property case since May 2014, but was on the run until his arrest Monday by officers of the police Crimes Investigation Division or CID.

According to Mrs. Marikal Dahn, her husband, Mr. Semion S. Kollie, bought the vehicle in question (black Pathfinder Jeep) from  Dalama Kromah, a.k.a  ‘Polo’ for US$5,500.00 in May last year, but Dalama allegedly refused to provide the document for the car.

She narrated that her husband subsequently reported the car to the police depot at the Samuel Kanyon Doe sports stadium in Paynesville since he could not ride it in the streets without proper document.

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She added that the case was later reported to 105, the director for CID and Interpol, Mr. Joseph B. Flomo.

Madam Dahn pointed out that her husband was later told by director Flomo to report the car at the National Police Headquarters because he (105) already had another case on his desk involving a Nigeria national only identified as Henry, for the same car.

According to her, when the car was taken to the police headquarters, the Nigerian, Henry, told them that he actually gave his car to Dalama Kromah for sale, but Dalama allegedly sold the vehicle and absconded with the money.

“We were then told by 105 that the car rightfully belongs to Henry and we should get Dalama to refund our money. The car was turned over to Henry, which didn’t satisfy us so we took the case to Abraham Kromah office and the car was rearrested and packed at the police headquarters while the investigation was ongoing,” she detailed.

She added that each time they went to the office of deputy director Kromah, he was not seen in office and could not answer phone calls, but the car was no longer packed at the police headquarters.

Madam Dahn further explained that her husband later spotted the car with another man, who claimed Henry sold the car to him.

“We immediately took the case to the court and we were given arrest order by Assistant County Attorney, A. Tamba Gborie. But since last year May 2014, it was just this morning we saw Dalama and called the police. When the police arrested him, we were later told by one of the officers that 102 said he hast interest in the case so it should not be taken to the court; we should settle it here at zone #5 depot,” she concluded.

But when contacted, deputy police director Kromah denied the allegation and immediately instructed the commander at the Zone #5 depot to forward defendant Damala Kromah to court, adding that the allegation was intended to tarnish his reputation.

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