Former Brave Warriors goalie in court for theft

20 May 2019 18:50pm
SWAKOPMUND, 20 MAY (NAMPA) – Former Brave Warriors goalkeeper Danzyl Bruwer has been denied bail, after he appeared in the Swakopmund Magistrate’s Court on Monday on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft.
Bruwer, who appeared before Magistrate Conchita Olivier, was arrested last week Thursday, after he allegedly broke in to two flats in Tamariskia and stole furniture worth close to N.dollars 100 000.
Prosecutor Bertha Mwahi representing the State objected to bail for the accused, arguing the value of the goods stolen was very high and also because he is an alleged repeat offender.
Bruwer, who opted to represent himself, previously appeared in the same court on charges of assault and domestic violence.
The case was postponed to 24 June for further police investigations and the accused was remanded in custody at the Swakopmund Police holding cells.
According to a police report by Erongo crime investigations coordinator, Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, most of the stolen property has been recovered.
(NAMPA)
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