Gambia's U20 Eliminate Mauritania
Jul 14, 2008, 8:52 AM
However, the court ordered the payment of D5,000 being proceeds of the stolen property to be forfeited to the state.
The charge sheet on count one stated that Tamsir Njie, on 12 August 2012, at Bakau, in the Kanifing Municipality, stole a pamtop valued at D25,000, the property of one Michael F. Swarray.
Count two of the charge sheet read that Jeewan Panjabi received a pamtop, knowing it to be a stolen property from Tamsir Njie.