Suspected school breakers charged
07 August 2012, 09:22
Two middle-aged men who had been arraigned in a Nanyuki court for school breaking contrary to section 306(A) of the penal code had their case adjourned until 4th September this year.
Charles Biyegon and Peter Muthomi Nkoroi pleaded not guilty of the charge before Nanyuki Resident Magistrate Bethuel Kimtai.
The court was told that on the nights of 1st and 2nd August 2012 at Braeburn International School in Nanyuki Township within Laikipia County, jointly with others not before court, broke and entered a building namely a computer classroom with intent to steal and did steal from therein two computers make dell valued at Ksh 80,000, the property of Braeburn International School.
Mr. Kimtai opted to release them on a bond of Ksh 100,000 with one surety of similar amount, otherwise they be remanded in custody till the date of their hearing.
However, the two suspects applied for review of the bond terms stratified saying that they can only be able to pay cash.
The magistrate resolved to review the bond terms to an alternative cash bail of Ksh 30,000.
Biyegon and Nkoroi cleared the amount and were released.
Mr. Kimtai set the mention on 17th of this month and the hearing on 4th September next month.
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