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Friday 11 February 2022 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Court, National
Tupouatimo Noa is charged with burglary and contempt of court.
Noa first appeared in court on November 18 last year after he allegedly stole a carton of beer early on Sunday morning, November 14 from an Arorangi store.
court heard a glass door had been smashed to gain
entry to the shop. Damage was also reported to an ANZ Bank ATM nearby the scene
of the burglary.
lawyer Lavi Rokoika said on Thursday an arrangement had been made with ANZ for
her client to pay back the damage to the bank for the ATM.
said Noa would return to Rakahanga to work.
of the Peace, Georgina Keenan-Williams who presided over the case said that she
thought the defendant going home was a good idea.
on Rarotonga will only exasperate his situation than going back home,”
agreed to the defendant returning to Rakahanga but gave the defendant a firm
warning about breaking bail conditions.
already broke bail conditions … if you keep doing that you might go back to
prison,” Keenan-Williams said.
matter is adjourned for June 2, 2022.
man charged for driving whilst disqualified is waiting for his lawyer to return
from overseas before making a plea.
Asaeli Ngahe is accused of driving a motorcycle on November 26, 2021, while being disqualified from driving.
He appeared before the Criminal Court in Avarua on Thursday.
court heard Ngahe would wait for his lawyer, Michelle Tangimama to return from
overseas before making a plea.
of the Peace, Georgina Keenan-Williams adjourned the matter for March 31.
Hosking pleaded guilty to cultivating eight cannabis plants in Arorangi from
late October to early November last year.
pleaded guilty in the Criminal Court on Thursday, after confusion if a guilty
plea had already been made by the defendant.
lawyer, Mark Short asked for a probation report for his client.
Justice of the Peace, Georgina Keenan-Williams said a sentencing date would be set by court staff.