11-Year-old, two nine-year-olds allegedly kills two-year-old girl

11-Year-old, two nine-year-olds allegedly kills two-year-old girl

The body of a 70-year-old man was found in a decomposing stage on Friday, 27 November at around 10h00 after he was earlier reported missing to the Opuwo Police Station.
The person who filed the report stated that the deceased left the homestead from
Okahozu Village on 25 November 2020, at around 11h00 with intent to visit relatives at
Okawapehuri Village but he never reached his destination.
Community members followed his footprints in the bushes and found him dead between the two villages at
around 10h38.
A post-mortem will be conducted to determine the cause of death. The next of
kin were informed.
On Saturday, 28 November a 35-year-old man hanged himself in a Rehoboth police holding cell with a t-Shirt around his neck at
around 09h45.
He was detained for assaulting a member of the Namibian Police while executing his duties and tearing a police uniform of a constable who attended to a domestic violence report in Block E.
Between Monday 23 November and Wednesday, 25 November three minor suspects, an 11-year-old and two nine-year-olds, used sticks to beat a two-year-old girl all over her face, head,
stomach and private parts at Okakango Village.
It is further alleged that they set fire to the body, which resulted in her death.
The incident happened when the 25-year-old mother left her two-year-old daughter (deceased) at the house with other minors (suspects) of the
the same house on two different occasions but upon her return, she found her child with injuries, wounds, brushes and burns inflicted on her body.
She, however, did not take her child
to the hospital and eventually, the child succumbed to her injuries.
No arrest has been made as yet pending investigation. Arrangement for the three minors to receive counselling was made with the social worker.
On Saturday, 28 November, between 01h00 and 02h00, at Havana Informal Settlement, a 22-year-old man allegedly stabbed a 23-year-old man with a knife.
The victim died later in the Katutura State
Hospital.

It is alleged that the suspect and deceased were friends and they argued
over N$50, which led to the fatal stabbing. The incident was only reported to the Namibian Police after the victim passed away.
The suspect handed himself over to the Wanaheda Police station.
His next of kin of the deceased was informed.
It is alleged that a 14-year-old Namibian male suspect stabbed a 15-year-old Namibian male once with a traditionally made knife in the chest at Kaguni Village in the Kavango West Region.
The victim died on his way to the hospital.
The deceased was a Grade 8 student and the suspect in Grade 5 at the same school. He is detained at the police holding cells pending screening by social workers
The knife that was used
has been confiscated.
On Saturday, 28 November, between 08h00 and 09h00 at Groot Aub in the Khomas Region.
It is alleged that an adult male suspect with a suspected illegal firearm, shot his 39-year-old close friend in the abdomen after an argument. It is further alleged that the suspect hid the weapon after the offence, fled the scene and went into hiding.
The victim is admitted at Katutura State Hospital in a stable condition.
On Friday, 27 November at about 19h00. It is alleged that a 51-year-old woman went from her place of residence to a house in Tutaleni at Walvis Bay where she usually drinks traditional liquor with friends and never came back home.
On Saturday, 28 November at around 04h00, the deceased's boyfriend was alerted by a friend that his girlfriend was laying in the street in Tutaleni.
He went to collect her and brought her back home. According to the boyfriend, she was alive when he found her but she was unconscious.
He allegedly took her home where she passed away around 06h00.
The body was taken to Walvis Bay State Hospital for further investigation.
No foul play is suspected.
On Sunday, 29 November at around 01h27 at Ubib Reserve at Karasburg a suspect allegedly stabbed a 24-year-old man, on
the right side of the neck with an unknown object, which resulted in the death of the victim.
The suspect fled the scene but was later
arrested.
It is alleged that the two men
fought over a N$50, which the suspect owed to the deceased.
On Sunday, 29 November at about
00h35 the Walvis Bay Police received a report of a person who was run over by
an unknown vehicle at Sam Nujoma Avenue near Kuisebmond.
The body of an unidentified bearded, light in
complexion Coloured man was found laying on the tarred road with injuries on the
upper body.
He was wearing a red t-shirt and blue jean shorts but bare feet.
He had an Arsenal backpack containing another pair of shorts. It is suspected that he was crossing the road when a car hit him and he died on the spot.
The body was taken to Walvis Bay State Hospital.
On 28 November at about 15h00 at Freedom Land. It is alleged that a 34-year-old woman accused her 24-year-old niece of having an affair with her husband. During the confrontation and out of anger, the suspect poured methylated spirits on the victim and set her on fire.
The suspect was arrested. The victim
sustained serious burns on her face, legs and upper part of her body. She is admitted to the Katutura State Hospital in a critical but stable condition.
Police investigations in all of these cases continue.