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Men found in possession of unlicensed firearm in Shallcross

Four suspects appeared in the Chatsworth Magistrate’s Court on charges of being in possession of an unlicensed firearm and were released on bail of R 2, 000 each, last week.

Sakhmuzi Mchunu (28), Bonginkosi Nzimnde (28), Thulani Sikhakhane (53) and Sbusiso Maphumulo (30), will reappear in court on June 5.

Explaining the details leading to the arrest, communications officer of the Chatsworth SAPS, Cpt Cheryl Pillay said, “Cpt Mathee and members from the task team at the Chatsworth SAPS were conducting crime prevention duties when they noticed a suspicious vehicle travelling along Naicker Road in Shallcross. The members immediately stopped the suspicious vehicle where they conducted a search of the occupants.”

Police seized a black and silver pistol with the serial number filed off, magazines, ammunition, balaclavas, gloves, cellular phones and ropes which will be forwarded for forensic analysis.

“Police are continuing with investigations with possible linkages to other cases of carjacking reported at Sydenham and surrounding

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Unlicensed firearm found with taxi driver wanted for murder in Maidstone

Local SAPS and Tongaat crime prevention members on Monday received information about a North Coast taxi driver in possession of an unlicensed firearm.

It was alleged that he was a driver covering the Ndwedwe area to Tongaat. 

They found the taxi at a petrol station in Maidstone, but when the driver noticed SAPS, he walked onto the R102.

He was soon caught by Sgt Govender and was found carrying a 9mm vector firearm, along with one 9mm live round.

The 27-year-old man is also reportedly wanted for murder, attempted murder and grievous bodily harm in Nsuze and appeared in court on Tuesday, March 28.

He was remanded to Tongaat police cells.

The station commander colonel Santha Moodley commended all the members for their excellent work and dedication.

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NKY woman found guilty of stabbing mother 70 times sentenced

An Independence woman who was found guilty of murder for stabbing her mother more than 70 times was sentenced to 27 years in prison on Thursday.

According to prosecutors, Laura Conley broke knives during the attack, only to get additional knives and continue stabbing her mother, 69-year-old Carlene Conley, in the kitchen of the home they shared.

The Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office said prosecutors cited Lara Conley’s multiple inconsistent and uncorroborated versions of the events during the case. It took three hours for a jury to return a guilty verdict.

According to prosecutors, on March 14, 2015, Lara Conley reported a home invasion at the home she shared with her mother and told the 911 operator that someone had hurt her mother. Officers found Carlene Conley dead

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Independence woman found guilty of murdering her mother – Story

COVINGTON, Ky. — A Kenton County jury took four hours to find Lara Conley guilty of murder Thursday in the stabbing death of her mother.

Police said Conley’s mother, Carlene, was found dead from dozens of stab wounds in her Independence home March 15, 2015.

“The facts of this case were extremely gruesome,” said Kenton County assistant Commonwealth attorney Maria Schletker. “Hearing any sort of murder in a community that we feel is generally safe is always pretty startling.”

According to Schletker and co-prosecutor Lawrence Hilton, Conley called 911 and initially reported the incident as a home invasion, but changed her story during questioning to claim that she had acted in self-defense.

After hearing testimony from more than 30 witnesses, many of them police officers who had worked on the case, the jury found Conley guilty and recommended a 27-year prison sentence.

Hilton said Carlene Conley’s other daughters and grandchildren were in the courtroom during

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Independence woman found guilty of murdering her mother

COVINGTON, Ky. — A Kenton County jury took four hours to find Lara Conley guilty of murder Thursday in the stabbing death of her mother.

Police said Conley’s mother, Carlene, was found dead from dozens of stab wounds in her Independence home March 15, 2015.

“The facts of this case were extremely gruesome,” said Kenton County assistant Commonwealth attorney Maria Schletker. “Hearing any sort of murder in a community that we feel is generally safe is always pretty startling.”

According to Schletker and co-prosecutor Lawrence Hilton, Conley called 911 and initially reported the incident as a home invasion, but changed her story during questioning to claim that she had acted in self-defense.

After hearing testimony from more than 30 witnesses, many of them police officers who had worked on the case, the jury found Conley guilty and recommended a 27-year prison sentence.

Hilton said Carlene Conley’s other daughters and grandchildren were in the courtroom during

Read more at: http://www.wcpo.com/news/crime/independence-woman-found-guilty-of-murdering-her-mother