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Mother Remanded For Allegedly Helping Her Son Run Away From Police During 11,000 Naira Fraud Case

A Cashier of the Eat ‘N’ Go Limited, operating at the company’s Coldstone Creamery branch in Abule Ado, Moses Ojo, who was arrested for alleged N11,000 fraud has run away from police custody leaving behind his mother.

The company was said to have discovered fraudulent transactions by the cashier and they reported the matter to the Lagos state police command.

The suspect was then taken to a Magistrate court sitting in Apapa area of the State.

The court reviewed the case and asked the two parties to opt for an out of court settlement.

However during the settlement, the accused fled the scene leaving his mother behind.

Contacted on Monday, the state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed the incidence.

He said: "The magistrate instructed the young man, his mother and the complainant to go out of the court and conclude on how the money would be refunded so that she can strike out the case".

"They went out and after some minutes, the complainant came in and said the mother had allowed her son to escape. As a result, the magistrate asked the mother to be detained and asked that extra charges be added for aiding the escape of her son".

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