PG’s decision not yet available in missing Mandrax case

The Prosecutor General decision in a case of a 29-year-old police officer arrested and charged with theft after 31 Mandrax tablets went missing from the laboratory bag in his office is still not available.

Toivo Shikulo is a member of the Namibian Police Force's Drug Law Enforcement Subdivision in Keetmanshoop.

He made another appearance in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate's Court on Wednesday before magistrate Melissa Mungunda.

Mungunda postponed his case to 12 December 2019 for Prosecutor General to make a decision on the finalisation of the charges and in which court the case will be heard and for a formal application hearing.

Shikulo was granted bail of N.dollars 1 000 during his first court appearance on 17 April.

Also during his court appearance the accused inform the court that he will seek a private lawyer to represent him and Borris Isaacks from Isaacks and Associates is representing him.

Coleen Yisa represented the State.

Shikulo was arrested on 16 April after the tablets went missing from his office between 04 and 12 April this year.

Source: Namibia Press Agency