Court Incarcerates Notorious Armed Robbery Suspect

MONROVIA, Montserrado – Kesseley Mulbah, a man accused of being a notorious armed robber around metropolitan Monrovia, has been incarcerated at the Monrovia Central Prison.

Mulbah was arrested on August 3, 2020 in Dixville where police say he had gone to carry an alleged robbery. He was later charged with robbery, murder, and criminal conspiracy.

Prior to his arrest, police investigation revealed that the defendant had robbed another victim identified as Felecia McCauley in the Baptist Seminary community and made away with several valuables, including a gray Jeep that was later retrieved during the Dixville robbery as he tried to escape the scene. His Dixville victim, Vafoday Korvah, was pronounced dead upon arrival at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center.

The police charge sheet added that the defendant had shot at a police anti-robbery backup team that went in pursuit of him, leading to a fire exchange with the police that left Mulbah shot in the leg.

“One single barrel shot gun, two live single barrel rounds, and one empty barrel shell plus cutlasses were retrieved from defendant Mulbah,” the police document read.

Mulbah has denied the allegations pleaded not guilty. He is currently at the Monrovia Central Prison while awaiting trial.

Featured photo by Miama Morine Pewee

Miama Morine Pewee

Miama Morine Pewee is a senior student at the African Methodist Episcopal University, studying Mass Communication with an emphasis in Public Administration. She holds a certificate in Gender Sensitive Reporting, a diploma in Journalism, and an advanced certificate in Computer Science.

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