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Arrest warrant out for Zoom murder accused

GOITSEMODIMO KAELO
Scene of the crime: Zoom nightclub received negative attention after several violent incidents last year
Keolopile Moshotle, one of a gang of six accused of the notorious Zoom nightclub murder, is in the wind and a warrant of arrest has been issued for him.

Moshotle was nowhere to be seen on Tuesday when his accomplices appeared in the case in which they are accused of robbing and murdering Jacob Bogatsu near the Caltex filling station by Zoom nightclub last October.

Two members of the group, Batshane Montsho and Mphoyaone Sedio, also face charges of violently robbing Botshelo Selabe and Patrick Jautse in separate incidents.

Magistrate Ntombizodwa Ncube issued Moshotle’s warrant of arrest after the suspect was nowhere to be found in court.

Meanwhile, inspector Motlalepula Selelo told Ncube that investigations in all the matters are complete and prosecutors are ready to refer the docket to the Directorate of Public Prosecutions.

“The investigating officer has informed me that they have completed investigations and have received all the forensic affidavits and statements,” she said. In the last mention, the prosecution had requested to extract the blood samples of the accused to take them for DNA analysis to see

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if it matches samples collected at the scene.

“Information from the investigating officer is that they have received the forensic affidavits and all statements. Those statements are being typed before being sent to DPP for assessment of evidence and possible prosecution. All the accused are out on bail,” Selelo said.

According to the particulars of the case, the accused on or about October 30, 2016 at or near Maruapula Caltex Filling Station stole a black Samsung Duos cellphone valued at P1,500 belonging to Bogatsu using violence, before Moshotle, Oabile Dibobo, Tshepo Ntusa and Tshiamo Morolong allegedly murdered him.

il,” Selelo said.

 

According to the particulars of the case, the accused on or about October 30, 2016 at or near Maruapula Caltex Filling Station stole a black Samsung Duos cellphone valued at P1,500 belonging to Bogatsu using violence, before Moshotle, Oabile Dibobo, Tshepo Ntusa and Tshiamo Morolong allegedly murdered him.



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