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Stone-throwing leads man behind bars

Sun, 30 September 2012 19:49
by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

Quinton Isaak, 24, from Hakahana went on a stone-throwing rage on 2nd October last year and today, he is in court for causing N$400-worth of damages.
On that day, he got into an argument with his neighbours after which he started throwing stones at Madge Swartbooi’s house (and then at her) before shifting his attention to Denzil Swartbooi’s house when the argument worsened, breaking two windows.
Although Madge did not sustain serious injuries, Denzil who lives right next to her, suffered damages worth N$150 for the window Isaak broke.
The victims opened a case against Isaak who was only traced by the police two days later. He was charged with malicious damage to property and assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
He will be returning to court on 11 September next year after the investigations have been concluded.