Dammy Krane Appears In Court With Crime Partner, Denied Bail, To Remain In Prison

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Dammy Krane Appears In Court With Crime Partner, Denied Bail, To Remain In Prison




Dammy Krane has been denied bail! He was denied bail as he appeared in court yesterday with his Co-defendant Chukwuebuka Gabriel Ilonchowu popularly known as Ebuka.

They both pleaded not guilty, but the judge decided to remand them in prison when after looking at their papers, it was discovered they have no money in any bank or any property in the country.

They will now appear in court on June 23rd, 2017. Shockingly no family member of Dammy Krane was in court nor his record label represented.

The two suspects now have a new defense attorney, a free one from the government -Fan Li. Both accused are back in jail till their next hearing. See copies of the Complaint/Arrest Affidavit of both of them below…


Just incase you are still wondering what led to their arrests, Dammy Krane and Ebuka purchased two private charter flight tickets with fraudulent credit cards to travel from Miami to Washington D.C.

The CEO of the company they purchased the tickets from, Eugene Kesselman of Tap Jets Inc., was suspicious of them and contacted the police who arrived and waited for them at the airport. When the duo subsequently arrived at the airport, the police detained them and subsequently took them into custody, after an investigation.

The police say they were able to identify the duo by their legal names. Dammy Krane had his passport along with several credit cards in the front of his pant pocket. Three of the credit cards were in Krane’s name but four were in the name of a William Payton III. The duo each had a book bag and a suitcase. When the officers searched the bags they claim, they found several cell phones and laptops in their bags and they were arrested.









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Posted By cheatmaster On 07:24 Wed, 07 Jun 2017

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