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Magistrate JA Effim of the Brikama Magistrates' Court recently presided over a criminal case of willful damage to property pressed against one Omar Jallow of New Yundum.
According to the particulars of offence, on 20th February 2010, at around 21:30 hours, at New Yundum, the accused Omar Jallow, willfully and unlawfully broke the door glass of a motor vehicle, with a registration number BJL 2073G, valued at D600, being the property of one Moro Sanyang.
Meanwhile, the accused who pleaded not guilty to the charge was granted a court bail in the sum of D25, 000, with a Gambian surety.
The case was adjourned to 9th March 2010.
In a separate development, Magistrate JA Effim had also presided over a criminal case of "threaten violence" brought against one Ebrima Drammeh.
According to the particulars of offence, on 19th February 2010, at Brikama Town Western Region, the accused, Ebrima Drammeh, with intent to intimidate and threaten one Sailou Drammeh by saying that "he will kill him."
Meanwhile, the accused who pleaded not guilty was granted a court bail in the sum of D25, 000 with a Gambian surety.
The case was adjourned to 4th March 2010.