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Minor rapist to remain in custody

Tue, 2 April 2013 06:39
by Chris-Paul
Courts

Martin Kondjeni (26) will remain in custody at least until late June as his rape is still being investigated, a Katutura Magistrate told him last.
Kondjeni has been in police custody since late year and has been denied bail on several occasions.
He was arrested after he had allegedly raped a 14 year-old from the house he was renting in the Wanaheda area of Katutura. He was said to have lured the teenager to his room by promising to give her money.
His appearance last week was his sixth and he has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.