A copy of the Complaint/Arrest Affidavit for Nigerian pop singer Dammy Krane and his co-defendant Chukwuebuka Gabriel Ilonchowu (“Ebuka”), an alleged U.S. promoter who allegedly hired Krane’s services to perform in the United States has been obtained and made public by media company AfricanMusicLaw.com.
To summarize the allegations against Dammy Krane and Chukwuebuka Gabriel Ilonchowu, the duo purchased two private charter flight tickets with fraudulent credit cards to travel from Miami to Washington D.C.
Dammy Krane who was set for a Nebbia Hearing yesterday appeared in court and was denied a release on bail. He is set to be arraigned on June 23rd, 2017.
Dammy Krane’s criminal complaint /Arest Affidavit explains the details of how and why the two were arrested for the alleged crimes of grand theft, credit card, and identity fraud, among other charges.
It states that 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.