Australian Threatened Seven Years in Prison
Australian citizen named Sandra Cindy Sheed (42) could face a maximum of seven years in prison for allegedly taking items that are not hers.
The General Prosecutor Kade Wahyu described his indictment on the trial with the Chief of Judges Panel AA Wirakanta in the Denpasar District Court.
He said that the action took place in March 2013 at a different time that was triggered by a dispute with the victim, Stephen Blackwell, who is also from Australia due to their relationship has ended.
“The defendant and the victim were known living together in Perumahan Indah Pesona Resident Number 9 Pemogan, Denpasar. It is the victim’s house,” he said.
However, they lived together just a few days, because the victim expel the accused after their relationship ends.
Apparently the defendant did not accept the victim’s manner, so that when the victim left for his home country, she used the chance to come to the house with the aim of taking the goods.
The defendant directly damaged the lock and opened the fence door with a spare key he had.
“Then the defendant contacted the witnesses, Ketut Sudiarta, to help her taking a car in the garage,” he said.
While the defendant was in the house, the victim’s man, Made Mujana came in. Seeing a harmful action, he asked the lady from the land of the kangaroo.
To see the man coming the defendant was annoyed, even she scolded him off.
He didn’t accept the way the defendant treated him so he reported her to the police.
“Apparently she isn’t satisfied with her first attempt, few days after the incident, she again came to the victim’s house and took various items,” he said.
For her action, she is charged with two-coated article, namely Article 363 Paragraph 5 of the Criminal Code in conjunction with Article 64 Paragraph (1) of the Criminal Code and Article 362 of the Criminal Code in conjunction with Article 64 Paragraph (1) of the Criminal Code.
The threat of punishment is a maximum of seven years in prison.Filed under: Headlines