Brima Momoh, residing in the Kenema district, has made his initial appearance in Magistrate Court Number Two. Presided over by Magistrate Gashion Lamin Macarthy, the court session marked a significant step in the legal proceedings.

Momoh stands accused of a single count charge related to larceny, as specified under Section 2 of the Larceny Act of 1916.

The alleged incident, detailed by law enforcement, took place on July 14th, 2023, at Max Koje Street in the eastern province of the Republic of Sierra Leone.

According to the police report, Brima Momoh is accused of unlawfully stealing construction materials from the building site of complainant Charon Bah. The stolen items, specifically 29 pieces of cellotex, were valued at three thousand one hundred and ninety new Leones (le3,190).

During the proceedings, the charge was formally presented to Brima Momoh, who entered a plea of guilty in response. In light of this, Magistrate Gashion Lamin Macarthy adjourned the case until August 21st, 2023, for the purpose of conviction.

In the meantime, Brima Momoh has been remanded to the male correctional center located within the Kenema district.

Legal representation for the accused is being provided by defense lawyer Patrick Kamara, while the prosecution is being led by Inspector A.S Musa.

As the legal process unfolds, the matter remains ongoing and will be closely monitored in the coming days.