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Two in Court for Alleged Pacific Harbour Burglary

  Two men appeared at the Navua Magistrates Court yesterday charged with various counts of theft and aggravated burglary at the Pacific Harbour villas. The matter was called before Magistrate
21 Oct 2016 11:00
Two in Court for Alleged Pacific Harbour Burglary
From left: Ledua Severo and Lorosio Yaya Vulaca appeared in the Navua Court yesterday. Photo: PAULINI RATULAILAI.

 

Two men appeared at the Navua Magistrates Court yesterday charged with various counts of theft and aggravated burglary at the Pacific Harbour villas.

The matter was called before Magistrate Seinileba Levaci.

Lorosio Yaya Vulaca, 28, and Ledua Severo, 27, have been remanded and their cases have been transferred to the High Court in Suva.

Vulaca has three files against him of burglary, aggravated burglary and theft.

 

File one

Count one – burglary

It is alleged that between August 13 and August 22, at Pacific Harbour, Vulaca entered the villa of a foreigner with the intention to steal.

 

Count two – theft

It is alleged that between August 13 and August 22, Vulaca stole the properties of the foreigner which had a total value of $5160.

 

File two

Count one – aggravated burglary

It is alleged that on July 9, at Pacific Harbour, Vulaca entered the villa of a foreigner with the intention to steal.

 

Count two – theft

It is alleged that on July 9, Vulaca stole the properties of the foreigner which had a total value of $9223.

 

File three

Count one – aggravated burglary

It is alleged that between September 9 and September 12, at Pacific Harbour, Vulaca entered the villa of a foreigner with the intention to steal.

 

Count two – theft

It is alleged that between September 9 and September 12, Vulaca stole the properties of the foreigner which had a total value of $6540.

Severo is charged with a count each of aggravated burglary and theft.

It is alleged between September 22 and September 23, at Pacific Harbour, Severo entered the villa of a foreigner with the intention to steal and stole his property which had a total value of $9685.

Police Prosecutor Special Inspector Freddy Pene Tafoou served the disclosures to the two accused as they have chosen to represent themselves.

The case has been adjourned to October 28 for first call at the High Court.

Edited by Maraia Vula

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