CrimeNotorious Criminal Linked to series of violent crimes

Notorious Criminal Linked to series of violent crimes


Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (HAWKS)

MPUMALANGA: Shane Ngutjane (26) was charged in Nelspruit prison after an investigation linked him with eight serious violent crimes on Wednesday 14 October 2020.

Ngutjane who was initially arrested in July 2020 for car hijacking and shooting at police in Culcutta was found in possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition by the Mpumalanga Tasked team successfully linking him with other violent crimes.

Criminal linker to violent crimes
Shane Ngutjane (26)

The investigation linked Ngutjane to Possession of suspected stolen vehicle crime committed in April 2014 in Masoyi. Housebreaking, theft and attempted murder in November 2014 at Hazyview. Pointing of firearm in April 2018 in Culcutta. Car hijacking in September 2018 at Culcutta. Attempted murder in December 2019 at Culcutta. Pointing of firearm in April 2020 at Culcutta. Possession of a prohibited firearm, Attempted Murder and Robbery in July 2020 at Culcutta.

Also read: Forceful crimes on the rise in Secunda

The case against Ngutjane is postponed to 28 October 2020 at Nelspruit Regional Court.


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Notorious Criminal Linked to series of violent crimes

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