Mmegi Online :: Suspect Claims He Stole After Blackout
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Friday 19 October 2018, 15:27 pm.
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Suspect Claims He Stole After Blackout

FRANCISTOWN: A suspect said in court last week that he decided to steal from a nightclub when he was mistakenly locked inside after passing out from drinking alcohol.
By Staff Writer Sun 21 Oct 2018, 02:47 am (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Suspect Claims He Stole After Blackout








Trust Mpofu from Zimbabwe said before regional magistrate Lorraine Makati-Lesang on Friday that he was invited by a friend to spend a weekend with him in Tonota when the incident occurred. He said that he spent the night at the club and drank beer until he lost consciousness. "When I regained consciousness in the morning, I decided to take the disco equipment that I saw in the club," he explained.

The 26-year-old Mpofu was in court for breaking into a nightclub in Tonota and reportedly stealing disco equipment worth P8,950 last month. He allegedly

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climbed on to the roof of Shashe club and forced his way in at night. He allegedly stole two DVD players, a Gemini disco mixer, 103 compact discs and two CD bags. During investigations, the police learnt that witnesses saw the accused carrying compact discs suspected to have been stolen from the club.

The CD bag, DVD player and disco mixer were brought before court and Mpofu accepted the exhibits to be used as part of evidence. The suspect has been remanded as the prosecution checks whether he has previous convictions.

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