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Bottle-throwers land behind bars

Sun, 11 November 2012 18:36
by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

Two men made a brief appearance at the Katutura Magistrate Court last week for bail, after being arrested early this month for assaulting a man in Katutura.
Teofelus Lucas, 27 and Tomas Alweendo, 22, were charged with assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm on 3rd of this month.
The previous day, the pair got caught up in an altercation between them and Hamukoto Fox. When it got out of hand, they resorted to throwing a stone at him before hitting him with a bottle on the forehead.
Although Fox did not sustain serious injuries, the pair was kept in police custody till last week when they were granted a N$500 bail each that had been proposed by the prosecuting attorney.
They are set to return to court on 4th February next year and are both free to go as soon as their bails have been posted.