The assemblyman who allegedly organised a mob to lynch Captain Maxwell Mahama has reported himself to the Denkyira Obuasi police, ClassFMonline.com has learnt.
Mr William Baah is believed to have ordered youth of the area to lynch the soldier who he suspected to be an armed robber after a group of residents from whom Capt Mahama asked for directions during a Monday dawn jogging session spotted a pistol on him.
Mr Baah had been on the run since the incident on Monday, 29 May but reported himself to the police on Wednesday 31 May and has since been transferred to Cape Coast to assist the police in investigations.
Meanwhile, five suspects have been rounded up to assist the police in investigation. The murder of Captain Mahama has been condemned across the country.