Accused denies damaging PM’s car

Friday August 16, 2019 Written by Published in Crime

Jordan Glover has entered a not guilty plea to damaging a vehicle belonging to the Office of the Prime Minister.

 

Glover appeared before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams on a charge of wilful damage.

It is alleged that on January 11 this year that Glover damaged the windscreen of the vehicle at the Prime Minister’s Office registration number PM1.

The windscreen’s value was $1,472.00

Police prosecutor sergeant Tuaine Manavaroa said a hearing date was to be confirmed by the court.

Asked if she had a lawyer, Glover said no.

Justice Williams advised that whether it was the property of the Cook Islands or Britain’s, it was still the PM’s windscreen.

In the matter of filing an affidavit, Glover was further advised to write what she wanted to say and get it to the court and get it witnessed.

The matter has been adjourned to September 5.

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