Stonebwoy’s bodyguards arrested for assaulting driver

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The Abuakwa Divisional Police Command has arrested two bodyguards of popular dancehall artiste Stonebwoy for allegedly assaulting a driver after they were involved in a car crash on the Bibiani-Abuakwa road Saturday evening.

The Abuakwa Divisional Police Commander, Chief Supt. Yaw Obeng Asubonteng told journalists that Stonebwoy and his team were traveling to Kumasi after a performance at Bibiani in the Western North Region when one of their vehicles was involved in a car crash.

According to the police, two bodyguards of Stonebwoy attacked a driver in a Benz Sprinter us and beat him up.

“According to the information we had the vehicle which collided with the Sprinter bus didn’t even stop. The driver sped off and another vehicle which was following, two guys from that car accosted the driver that had the accident with that of the musician,” Chief Supt. Yaw Obeng Asubonteng said.

Chief Supt. Yaw Asubonteng added “They beat him and held him hostage in their car and they were sending him to either Kumasi or Accra,” he said.

The Police said after receiving the information they chased and arrested Stonebwoy and his team at Abuakwa where the two bodyguards were detained.

They were later transferred to the Bibiani Police for further investigations.

Meanwhile, information reaching ABC News indicate the two are currently on police enquiry bail pending further investigation into the matter.

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