A woman has been charged with stealing panties including other clothes in supermarket. While appearing before Chief Magistrate Wendy Kagendo in Milimani Court, Ann Mwende was charged with stealing of valuables worth Ksh.4,690 in Naivas Supermarket in Development House on Moi Avenue.
Despite the charges, Mwende denied the claim to defend herself saying that she was on her way to customer care to make her enquiry when she was caught and charged with the claims.
"Your honour, I admit I was with the valuables in the supermarket but I was headed to customer care when I was arrested. I had not stolen them." Mwende said.
According to the accuser, the sheet presented before the court indicated that Mwende stole one piece Fridali ladies sling bag, Four piece of Tawamu boys boxers, inner pants and one piece Xaunglang boys blue trouser which were all properties of Supermarket.
However the court ordered the accused to pay Ksh.20,000 cash Bail to secure her freedom before the probation Report represented to the court to decide her fate. Mwende told the court she could not afford Ks.20,000 for she is unemployed but could only afford sh.5000.
"Your honour, I can only afford a cash Bail of sh.5,000. I have no job and I can't afford Sh.20,000." She added.
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