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Woman pulls gun at a bar

Mon, 19 November 2012 09:44
by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

A Wanaheda woman, who was arrested two weeks ago for pulling a gun on another woman, appeared briefly in the Katutura Magistrate Court last week.
Ndinelago Shivute, 48, had entered Diva Bar with a gun on 28th of last month where she would get into an argument with a certain Agusta Isaack.
She hit her in the face before pointing the gun at her. She was arrested on 6th of this month and charged with pointing a fire arm and assault.
V-Metro could not establish the source of the incident.
When she made her first court appearance last week, Shivute was granted a N$1000 bail. She returns to court on 23rd of January next year.
She is currently busy applying for legal aid while further investigations are conducted.