A person who allegedly reported himself to the police after capturing and killing his spouse in Japanese Cape has been denied bail.
The court docket refused bail for Lubabalo Magwebu who surrendered himself to the police on Wednesday after he shot his spouse following a heated argument between them in Dimbaza.
His offence was termed “critical”.
On Friday, the police in a press release stated “it’s alleged that someday final week Lubabalo Magwebu and his spouse had an argument which led to the spouse leaving their matrimonial residence.”
“She went to her dad and mom’ residence which can also be in Dimbaza [King William’s Town].”
Magwebu and his spouse met on the road two days after the argument.
On assembly, the estranged couple had one other quarrel which allegedly prompted the incident.
He allegedly introduced out a firearm and shot his spouse.
She died instantly from the gunshot wounds.
“The court docket denied him bail because the offence is critical and releasing him on bail would undermine public confidence within the felony justice system.”
“This comes after Magwebu handed himself and his firearm over to police on the Dimbaza Police Station on Wednesday,” stated the police.
Magwebu is anticipated to look once more in court docket on September 6.