BY BOSCO NCHOKO AND JAMES MATHERI
A 65-year-old man was arraigned before Narok Law Courts today and charged with two counts of breaking into butchery and stealing 10 kilograms of meat. A charge of handling stolen property was also preferred.
The old man, James Njaguara Murimi jointly with others who were not before the court was accused of stealing the meat, 15 cooking pots and other utensils all valued at Sh. 17,850 belonging to John Kiplagat on the night of July 10th, 2015 at Ololulung’a Junction in Narok South sub-county.
Njaguara who appeared before Narok Senior Principal Magistrate Alex Ithuku pleaded not guilty to the two counts and was released on a bond of sh100, 000 with one surety of similar amount.
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