Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing Battery

(m) at 24-10-2012 05:10PM (7 years ago)

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«§» 24 October 2012

An Apapa Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos will on November 1 sentence one Izuchukwu Nwachukwu, who on Wednesday pleaded guilty to stealing iron rods  and a car battery.

Chief Magistrate Amos Adeyemi fixed the date after 26-year-old Izuchukwu pleaded guilty to a two-count charge of conspiracy and stealing.

Adeyemi remanded the defendant at the Kirikiri Prisons until the adjourned date for facts and sentencing.

Izuchukwu had admitted conspiring with another person still at large to steal the rods and the battery worth N130,000.

The prosecutor, Cpl. Friday Inedu, had submitted that Izuchukwu, who had no fixed address, stole the items belonging to one Mr. Chidi Okafor, on October 14 at 11.45p.m.

He said that the crimes occurred at No. 15, Cardoso St., Awodi-Ora in Ajegunle, Apapa, and that they contravened Sections 285 and 409 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Lagos State, 2011.



winace (f) at 24-10-2012 05:24PM
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Though stealing is bad but wat do we do to all those politicians o.
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papadip (m) at 25-10-2012 12:20AM
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Quote from: winace on 24-10-2012 05:24PM
Though stealing is bad but wat do we do to all those politicians o.
Truly what about the politicians? They stole billions and were never locked up for one second.
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papadip (m) at 25-10-2012 12:25AM
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To remand someone for stealing battery is harsh. This is just a petty criminal. My advise to this bum is to stop using “WIRELESS RADIO” from now on.
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