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Teacher out on bail

Salaseini Moceiwai
Tuesday, April 01, 2014

A LABASA schoolteacher allegedly involved in three cases of annoying a person and a case of indecent assault was granted a $2000 bail yesterday.

The man appeared before magistrate Tomasi Bainivalu in the Labasa Magistrates Court.

It is alleged he committed the offence on four primary school girls aged between 12 and 14 years old last year.

Mr Bainivalu ordered the teacher to surrender all his travel documents, to stay 200 metres away from the victims, and not to go and see them in school.

He was also ordered to report to the Labasa Police Station between 7am to 5pm today and tomorrow. No plea was taken. He will reappear in court tomorrow.








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