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Crime & Investigation

Police Impounds UPDF Truck With Illegal Timber

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web symptoms http://centrodelasartesslp.gob.mx/home/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-hooks.php geneva;”>The truck registration number D04DF 088 was rounded up by the police on air field road next to Independence Hospital as it attempted to enter the 4th Division main barracks near the junction.

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price geneva;”>In the round up, a police managed to arrest two soldiers Corporal Bosco Komakech and Private Ramathan Umar who was driving the truck.

The Impounded truck

It also arrested one Stephen Odokorach and Bosco Ayella who claimed the timbers belonged to them and were selling it to an army officer they refused to name by press time.


Odokorach who is the Municipal Council Youth chairperson told the press that as the youth, they were only trying to make a living by selling timber but on the contrary they were thrown behind bars.


When Chimpreports contacted the Aswa Regional Police spokesperson, Patrick Okema, he confirmed the development and said police had been following the vehicle right from Paicho until they arrested them.


“So far the UPDF don’t have any documents concerning the timbers therefore the four suspects are still under our custody,” said Okema on Tuesday.


“The vehicle is still parked at Gulu Central Police Station as investigations go on, but they will be charged under the Forestry Law,” Okema told Chimpreports.


Meanwhile, efforts to get a comment from Lieutenant Isaac, the 4th Division spokesperson on whether the mission of timber cutting was for the Army or just individual benefits proved futile as by press time.


The case was registered at Gulu Central Police Station as SD99/02/07/2013

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