Ghanaian Man Detained By Police In The US For Taking The Life Of His 33-Year-Old Wife

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A Ghanaian man who is believed to have played a role in the death of his wife has been detained by police in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States of America.

Winifred, 46, and Harrison Boakye got into a physical confrontation in the restroom prior to her untimely death, according to the district attorney, who reportedly claimed as much after an investigation.

The death of Winifred was determined to be a homicide by the authorities since an autopsy showed that she had been personally strangled.

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Harrison Boakye was arrested on the day of the event and first charged with aggravated assault. Boakye was allegedly charged on Wednesday, July 12 with first-degree murder, third-degree murder, and other offenses, according to sources.

Fleetwood Police received a call of a domestic argument at a residence in the unit block of Middletown Road at around 8:30 on Friday. In the house, a 33-year-old woman who was not breathing was discovered by officers as soon as they arrived.

The victim was declared dead at the scene despite the cops and EMS’s valiant attempts to save her life. The death of the mother of two prompted Berks police to initiate an investigation into its circumstances.

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The Ghanaian couple were well-known for their marital problems in the past, but her death came as a complete shock, according to a local resident who only wanted to be known as Hartman.

This post was published on July 13, 2023 8:08 PM

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