Woman wants dead cow in court

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JWANENG: A 49-year-old Mabutsane woman, Keipeile Mmolawa, who is accused of leaving her bullock astray thereby causing an accident along the A2 road, has asked the prosecution to bring the said animal to court.

The investigating officer, Seargent Batsho Mali told the court he had received a report of an accident on December 1, 2014 from one David Mogolegi, who claimed he had hit a bullock some few kilometres away from the Mabutsane Police Station around 10pm. Mali said he visited the scene with the car owner and they found a dead tshetlha bull with the brand mark A W R S near the road.

“I phoned the veterinary office to inquire about the owner and they took four days to respond that it belonged to the accused person,” he continued. He said the accused admitted that her bullock did not return home that day and she was therefore slapped with a charge of leaving cattle to stray.

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