Alex Segbefia's boy, Carl Wilson, has been busted in the web of car stealing.
The lies he told on Asempa Fm yesterday were exposed when National Security operatives at about 4:00 pm arrested a 4Ã—4 Chrysler Pacifica Wagon he illegally sold to one of his cronies.
The Chrysler with identification number 2A8GF78X37F365174 got missing from the Tema port under very obscure circumstances. It was realized that forged documents were used to clear the car from the port on 14TH August, 2009.
Very verifiable documents also available to the Daily Post indicate that the Chairman of the Confiscated Vehicles Allocation Committee (CVAC) unilaterally declared four genuine 4Ã—4 cars as stolen and sold them for a pittance.
The vehicles in contention are GMC Yukon, Acura MDX Wagon and two Chryslers.
Though the importers of the said vehicles have provided Certificate of Titles to show that the cars were not stolen, Carl Wilson will not budge as he hurriedly fast-tracked processes to sell those cars under allocation.
On the part of the Acura MDX Wagon, a Certificate of Title numbered X0633223, a copy obtained from the United States Department declares it as a vehicle which has properly passed through the purchase and export processes from the State of Kansas.
It was signed by Joan Wagnon, Secretary of Revenue and Carmen Alldritt, Director of Vehicles.
Under mysterious circumstances, the Acura got missing from the Golden Jubilee Terminal.
Investigations have established that Carl Wilson sold the car to one Kofi Adjei. The car was cleared by shipping agent, Stewise Shipping.
The Chryslers which came from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with vehicle identification number 2A8GM8L77RL28513 were signed by Allen D. Biehler, Secretary of Transportation.
The GMC Yukon with title and identification number 1GKEK63U65J139234 came from the State of New York and its Certificate of Title was authenticated by Moore Gregory, on behalf of the sellers.
Central Intelligence Agency and State Department files corroborated Bill of Laden details, stating they are accurate.
According to the United States security agencies, the cars in contention are not stolen ones.
Interestingly, Carl Wilson did not even await the outcome of investigations by the Ghanaian security agencies to prove that the vehicles were stolen.
He hurriedly allocated them to some of his friends and sold them at very ridiculously low prices.
In our next edition, check out how Carl Wilson forged documents and forced CEPS officers to clear the cars.
Additionally, a top man at the Castle aided in this dubious act.
Source: Daily Post