Crime & Court

‘Bloody Attack’ Accused To Take Plea On Monday

On the day of the incident, they allegedly broke the door of a flat at one of the blocks and assaulted two men.
13 Mar 2021 11:58
‘Bloody Attack’ Accused To Take Plea On Monday
Tevita Badogo (left) and Eroni Bale are being led by Police officers after their court hearing in Suva on January 20, 2021. Photo: Leon Lord

The two men allegedly involved in the ‘bloody attack’ at the Public Rental Board barracks at Mead Road, Nabua, on January 3 will enter their plea on Monday.

Tevita Badogo, 27, and Eroni Bale, 31, appeared in the High Court in Suva yesterday before Justice Riyaz Hamza.

Badogo and Bale are charged with one count each of damaging property, criminal trespass, causing grievous harm and an act intended to cause grievous harm.

On the day of the incident, they allegedly broke the door of a flat at one of the blocks and assaulted two men.

The matter was adjourned for plea on Monday because Justice Thushara Rajasinghe was not in court yesterday.

Both accused were further remanded in custody.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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