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Armed robbery leads to possible prison time

Mon, 3 October 2016 17:39
by Johanna Mafwila
Courts

Johannes Shipanga (25), a resident of Erf 833 Jacky Street Greenwell, has been charged with robbery with aggravating circumstances after an incident that took place on the sixth of September 2016 near Havana in the Windhoek district. Court documents show that Shipanga is alleged to have assaulted Martin Kanyolo by beating him with fists and pointing a fire arm at him all with the intent of stealing N$300 that was in the victim’s possession. Shipanga is expected back in court on the ninth of January 2017to enable him to acquire legal aid. Court documents also revealed that he remains in police custody.