“I Will Be Back”

By: R. Joyclyn Wea

MONROVIA-Suspect George B. Wade, alias Nicolas Jack Davis, who was recently arrested by Officers of the Liberia National Police (LNP), on multiple recharges has vowed to return from prison very soon.

Suspect Nicolas was finally forwarded to the Monrovia City Court on Thursday, May 4, 2023, for prosecution due to his alleged involvement in duping and sexually assaulting over 20 women and young girls.

He was forwarded to the City Court to answer charges of rape, sexual assault, simple assault, terroristic threat, felonious restrain, menacing, criminal coercion, armed robbery, forgery, counterfeiting, theft of property, and disseminating obscene materials.

When escorted by Court Officers to the Monrovia Central Prison, the suspect boastfully said he will be out of prison very soon.

The Defendant, according to the police, had been placed behind bars on numerous occasions but somehow managed to get out of jail.

He was also taken to prison with another suspect who was arrested on yesterday at the court.

The suspect is believed to be the one who usually aids his escape from prison.

On April 3, 2023, LNP concluded a full-scale investigation relative to Nicolas alleged involvement in committing multiple crimes against several victims.

The suspect had used numerous names, including, George B. Wade, Nicolas Jack Davis, Kingston Kelvin, Santos, and Jones, when carrying out his clandestine act.

According to LNP, the suspect, during sexual intercourse with these women, recorded them without their consent.

“Suspect Davies usually threatens the victim(s). He inflicts serious bodily injuries on them while unlawfully keeping them at unidentified locations,” the police charge stated.

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