I stole, but not in the way It was described

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JWANENG: The prosecution shook their head in disbelief when 37 year old Sandy Chaba, accused of burglary, confessed to the crime, but insisted that the investigating officer had distorted the facts.

Chaba told Detective Constable Kabelo Keikotlhae that he had indeed stolen the goods but not the way it was potrayed in court. He said he had taken the phones but not broken into the house as stated.

Keikotlhae who was also the state witness told court that on 22 March 2015 he received a report from police on roadblock at Moatle, that the accused person had in his possession a Lenovo smart phone and a Blackberry iPad, which he confessed to have stolen in Jwaneng.

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