Cop in court for attempted murder
ROSS Henderson’s son, a Kimberley police constable, has been arrested and appeared in the Galeshewe Magistrate’s Court yesterday on four charges of attempted murder and one of business robbery.
Henderson is the chairperson of the Northern Cape Civics Association.
The case against John-Ross (JR) Henderson and his co-accused, Rozario Mojaki, was postponed yesterday for a formal bail application later this week.
Both Mojaki and Henderson are currently in police custody, after Henderson apparently handed himself over to police yesterday morning. Mojaki was arrested on November 7, the same day that a raid was conducted on the home of Ross Henderson in Royldene.
Earlier on the day of the raid, the police launched a manhunt for four suspects who shot two business people during a robbery in Galeshewe.
The incident happened at around 3am on the morning of November 7, when four robbers stormed the business premises of Cheapest Supermarket in Corless Road in Galeshewe and attacked four business people, who were asleep in a back room on the premises.
According to police spokesperson, Brigadier Mohale Ramatseba, two people were shot, one