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Man charged with rape (sodomy) and robbery

Tue, 13 September 2016 16:40
by Johanna Mafwila
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Salomo Salati (30), a resident of Havana informal settlement in the Katutura area, has been charged with the crimes of rape (sodomy) and robbery. Court documents show that the incident took place on the first of March 2016. The perpetrator inserted his penis into the anus of the complainant resulting in the rape charge while in the case of robbery the accused is said to have threatened the complainant and taken a mobile phone and N$300. Court documents also show that Salati will appear in court on the fifth of December 2016 due to further investigations, but he is to remain in police custody.
In an unrelated case of rape, Chris Ngeendapi (40), has been charged with committing the act of rape on the fifth of November 2015 near the Otjomuise 8de Laan location. Court documents show that the accused is a resident of Erf 2291 Fellep Tulimejo Street in Herero location. He will appear again in court on the tenth of January 2017 due to further investigations being carried out. He is to remain in police custody.