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Man in court over stolen spot lights

Mon, 7 December 2015 17:58
by Villager Court Reporter
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Festus Immanuel, 24, appeared in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court on charges of theft last week.

Immanuel, who appeared before Magistrate Sarel Jacobs and Prosecutor Menencia Hinda, was arrested on 27 November this year when he allegedly stole spotlights worth N$1 200 from Jacobus Hildegard.

Court documents do not stipulate where the spotlights were taken from, and Immanuel was released on bail of N$500. His is due to appear in court on 4 February 2016 for plea and trial.