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Women charged with malicious damage to property

Mon, 9 May 2016 16:57
by staff writer
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Lisa Mbonga (36) a resident of Erf 1327 Shangai Street Ovambo Location is said to have broken two house windows belonging to Adolf Gabriel.

Court document show that on the 23rd of April 2016 Mbonga was at Gabriel’s residents at Erf No 6434 in Omuvapu Street in Freedom land of the Windhoek district and broke the two windows with a brick, while trying to bring harm to Gabriel or his property.

Mbonga is currently out on bail for N$ 1000.00 and is expected to appear in court again on the 16th of June 2016 due to further investigations.