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Man head butts car windscreen


by linekela Halwoodi
Courts

 

A Windhoek man appeared in court this week after he was arrested mid this year for head-butting a car’s windscreen while trying to get to the owner.

Simeon Gabriel is facing malicious damage to property charges after he head-butted Pedro Mouton’s car.

In detail, he was charged with maliciously breaking the windscreen valued at N$18 000 with intent to injure Mouton in his property.

Gabriel was granted right to apply for legal aid but has still not applied for legal aid. 

He was asked to return to court on 11 October 2011 while he applies for legal aid.

Also appearing for malicious damage to property are two Katutura sisters who allegedly ripped up a man`s t-shirt.

Jorslina and Boniga Goliath were arrested early this month when they allegedly charged towards Hoses Zelola tearing his t-shirt.

Although they were released on warning, they have to return to court in October as the case is still under investigation.