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Dec 20, 2016, 11:47 AM
One Muhammed L. Jallow was on 21 September 2011 arraigned before Magistrate Jallow of the Kanifing Magistrates’ Court charged with robbery, burglary, stealing, willful damage to property, assault causing actual bodily harm and criminal trespass.
He denied the charges, and the case was adjourned to 28 September 2011.
According to the first count, the accused person, Muhammed L. Jallow, on 13 September 2011 at Fajara in the Kanifing Municipality, robbed one Muhammed M. Jagana of the following items: one Laptop marked DELL valued at D28,000, a Q-cell mobile phone valued at D1,000, an Alkatel mobile phone valued at D2,500, cash of D550 and two car keys.
It further stated that immediately after the time of the robbery, he used personal violence against the complainant and inflicted several wounds on his hands.
Count two stated that Muhammed L. Jallow broke into the house of Muhammed M. Jagana with intent to commit a felony, that is, to steal.
Count three stated that Jallow stole from the house of Jagana in Fajara the items mentioned earlier.
On count four stated that Jallow damaged the following items: two glass and wooden doors valued at D4,000, two glass cups valued at 1,500, a mosquito net whose value is unknown and a jewellery case valued at D3,000, being the property of one Ebironke S. Janneh.
Count five stated that the accused person also assaulted Jagana on his hands and the left ear with a knife, a pair of scissors and a razor blade and thereby causing him actual bodily harm.
Count six stated that he assaulted one Ebironke S. Janneh by slapping her and pushing her to the ground, and causing a fracture on her small toe.
Count seven said the accused person with intent to intimidate, insulted or annoyed Muhammed M. Jagana and Ebironke S. Janneh, entered their house without permission and thereby caused annoyance to them.