A 40 year old man has been arraigned in court for malicious damage of food and soft drinks at his ex wife restaurant. Chasing the customers while demanding to see his children.
Timothy Kithinji Mukare who pleaded not guilty to the offense. Is alleged to have damaged the said food and sodas worth ksh 60,000 on October 4th 2021 at Nogak restaurant located in upperhill.
At the time of commiting offense, the accused is alleged to have damaged three crates of soda bottles. And overturned food inside the food warmer at the restaurant on the property of Noraa Gakii.
According to the court document seen by K24 digital. The accused went to the restaurant and started causing chaos.
Bundi, told the court the accused and the complainant are fighting for property ownership and children. He also pleaded for leniency saying they have been trying to settle the matter out of court with complainant since last year.
Chief Magistrate Wendy Micheni released the accused on cashbail of the khs 30,000 and ordered the matter to be mentioned on February 7th 2022.
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