Property dispute lands neighbours on abusive language charges

Two neighbours embroiled in a property dispute were on Thursday brought before a city court facing charges of abusive language.

Cook Dawn Allicock and former teacher Caroline Williams both tried to explain the events surrounding an altercation on January 14 in their West Ruimvedlt community when brought before Magistrate Ann McLennan.

According to Prosecutor Deniro Jones, the women are neighbours who are not on speaking terms. He added that on the day in question, Allicock placed a tank and other items at the front of a passageway and was informed by Williams that she could not do so. Williams, he said, told Allicock …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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