Three released on KES 1 million bond for violent robbery
27 May 2015, 21:46
Murang'a - Three men have been arraigned before a Murang’a town court charged with robbery with violence.
The three; Daniel Kimani Ndung’u, Francis Mutuki Gikunyu and Patrick Mwangi Kimani were charged that on April 24 armed with crude weapons in Gikono Village of Murang’a County, they violently stole KES 3 000 and a Samsung phone worth KES 15 000 from James Ngigi Magara.
They also faced an extra charge of butchering two bulls and six sheep worth KES 230 000, also belonging to James Ngigi Magara.
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The prosecution told the court that the accused persons also took off with two bulls worth KES 160 000 and a cow worth KES 200 000.
However, while appearing before Magistrate Kadir Lorot, the accused persons denied the accusations and were released on bond of KES 1 million each with a surety of the same amount.
The case will be heard on August 12, 2015.
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