WINDHOEK - A nineteen-year-old woman is in police custody after she allegedly fatally stabbed her 25-year-old boyfriend to death in Okuryangava on Friday.
According to the police, the deceased identified as Thomas Alweendo Nicolas, died after he was stabbed with a knife in the neck and head by her girlfriend and his male friend at the corner of Ongava and Ombakata Streets in Okuryangava.
It is alleged the three got into the argument after the deceased damaged the tyres of his friend’s car. The friend of the deceased then allegedly also stabbed the suspect twice in the head. The girlfriend too stabbed the deceased in the neck and he died instantly.
The two have been arrested on a charge of murder and are expected to make their first appearance in court. Police investigations into the case are ongoing.
In an unrelated incident, a rape case of a minor was reported at Tses on Saturday night. According to Namibian police spokesperson Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi, the minor was sexually violated by a 36-year-old. She explained the 9-year-old was sleeping when the suspect sexually violated her.
Shikwambi spoke of yet another rape case of a minor that was reported at Tallismanus on Friday night. The 9-year-old was allegedly sexually violated by a 54-year-old man who is expected to make an appearance in court on a charge of rape.
The police in Rehoboth reported a case of rape in which a 53-year-old woman was a victim. It is alleged that the victim was walking on Saturday evening passing through the riverbed when a man grabbed her from behind. The suspect who was in the company of his friend sexually violated her.
According to the police, the friend to the suspect watched on as his friend took advantage of the 53-year-old victim. The woman was later rescued by other people and was taken to the hospital where she is currently admitted. It is reported that she in a stable condition.
The suspect and his friend ages 19 and 20-year-old were arrested and police investigations are ongoing in the case.
2018-09-11 09:18:09 10 months ago