Langendorf case remanded for continuation of bail hearing

17 Aug 2017 18:40pm
REHOBOTH, 17 AUG (NAMPA) – The case in which Rehoboth resident Prince Langendorf is accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend, Colleen |Narimas - |Uiras, was on Thursday postponed to Wednesday for continuation of the bail hearing.
The hearing that started on Monday was remanded due to a backlog of cases on the court roll.
Langendorf is accused of shooting |Narimas-|Uiras on 21 July. She died on the spot of a bullet wound to the chest.
During the bail hearing on Wednesday before Magistrate Desire Kamboua, family members of the deceased gathered outside the Rehoboth Magistrate’s Court with placards that read “Stop killing women, enough is enough” and “No bail, we are still hurting”.
Family spokesperson Lourencia |Narimas on Wednesday said the State should not grant Langendorf bail as they are still mourning and coming to terms with the death of their sister.
“We have lost our sister and mother of four children because of this man, therefore the State should oppose granting him bail,” an emotional |Narimas said.
Langendorf is alleged to have shot |Uiras -|Narimas with a gun when a quarrel turned sour at a barbeque she held to raise funds for her daughter’s high school graduation.
The accused represented by State-funded lawyer Winnie Christiaans remains in custody until his next court appearance on Wednesday.
Prosecutor Leonard Mateus appeared for the State.
(NAMPA)
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