The Accra Circuit Court on Monday sentenced two more of the seven inmates who escaped from the Kwabenya Police Station to 66 months imprisonment.
The convicts, Kofi Darko, 25, a trader and Emmanuel Kotey, 24, a motor rider were handed the sentence after they pleaded guilty to escaping from lawful custody and conspiracy to escape from lawful custody.
Darko was slapped with a 32 months jail term, while Kotey received 24 months for his crime.
This is a the second time the court, presided over by Mr Aboagye Tandoh, has handed jail terms to the escapees.
In February, two other escapees- Prince Osei and Atta Kwadwo, were slapped with a 60 month jail term, after they also pleaded guilty to the same offences.
On January 21, 2018, seven inmates of the Kwabenya Police Station cell escaped from custody through a cell break carried out by six armed men.
The cell break led to the death of a police officer at the station, Inspector Emmanuel Ashilevi.
Chibuzor Akwubu, Rockson Edem Dzigbede and Dickson Ofori, the other alleged cell breakers, are still on the run.