Biker arrested with human skeletons in Rivergee – Global News Network

From: Maryland County Correspondent E. Varney Kamah

The Liberia National Police Rivergee County Police Detachment is reportedly investigating a 48-year-old motorcyclist identified as Stanford Karpeh for being in possession of human parts.

According to the report, the suspect was arrested on May 16, 2022 by the Liberian National Police (LNP) in Fish Town for tampering with the human parts.

River Gee County ELBC Correspondent Prince Compland via cell phone on SEAL Breakfast Show in Harper said suspect Karpeh said the human parts in question belonged to a passenger he picked up on his motorbike.

Explaining further, the suspect said while en route to River Gee County, from Grand Kru Dwehken he picked up a passenger, on arrival at Gbeapo Joequiken they were involved in an accident while escaping a small child who was on the main Joequiken road.

“I never knew this guy actually had human parts in his bag and I put him on my bike, noticed later he had human parts in his bag when we had a accident, and the bag felt on the ground which displayed the materials on the ground, after the materials were felt on the ground, several townspeople came, which sparked a huge tension among the people of Joequiken .explained the suspect.

According to an eyewitness, following the discovery of the human parts in the bag which would belong to the passenger, he would have escaped from the scene; the news broke and several residences were worried.

Mr. Karpeh is currently in police custody and is the subject of an ongoing investigation. Meanwhile, the situation has come to the attention of several citizens of River Gee and, according to the county’s Liberia National Police, to properly investigate the matter.

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