Some anonymous miscreants barged into a house in Gaddigodam and fled with gold ornaments and cash collectively worth Rs 1.37 lakh on Friday night under the jurisdiction of Sadar police station.
According to police sources, a 63-year-old complainant Chandabai Naresh Dahat had went out between 6.30 and 8pm. In the meantime, some burglars sneaked inside her house by breaking the main door and fled with the gold ornaments and cash kept in iron almirah.
Following Dahatâ€™s complaint Sadar police have booked the unidentified miscreants under sections 457, 380 of the IPC.
95-year-old man succumbs to his mishap injuries at GMCH
A 95-year-old man, who was injured in a road accident near Umrer, succumbed to his injuries during treatment at Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) on Thursday.
Sampat Janba Gaikwad (95), a resident of Kalamna, taluka Umrer, was riding pillion on Ashish Sarodeâ€™s motorcycle (MP-28/H/1433) on May 7. Near village Kalamna, about two kilo-metre from Umrer, the bike skidded off the road injuring Gaikwad seriously.
Gaikwad was admitted to GMCH where he succumbed to his injuries. Umrer Police registered a case under Sections 279, 337, 304(A) of the Indian Penal Code, read with Section 184 of Motor Vehicle Act, against the motorcyclist.
Man molests married woman in MIDC
MIDC police have booked a 28-year-old man for allegedly molesting a 25-year-old married woman by talking gross over phone calls. The accused also reportedly threatened the woman of dire consequences if she stops talking to him between January 2018 and May this year.
The accused identified as Ashish Mahawat, a resident of Gondia has been booked under section 344, 506 of the IPC.
According to police sources, Ashish and the victim were in relationship in past however, the survivor got married to a MIDC based man back in 2018. However, Ashish would force survivor to talk to him owing to their past relationship. When survivor expressed her inconvenience over continues talking and texting, he started sending objectionable texts over and also threatened to kill her in-laws.
Man gets lifer for killing brother
Additional Sessions Judge V G Raghuwanshi on Friday sentenced Subhash Ramlal Kale to life imprisonment for killing his younger brother following a dispute over in heritance of an agricultural land.
According to prosecution, Subhash Kale (40), a resident of Narsala, tehsil Saoner, had an argument with his brother Avinash Kale (38) over a share in their fatherâ€™s agricultural land around 9.30 pm on August 4, 2017.
After heated exchanges, Subhash attacked Avinash with burning firewood killing him on the spot. Following a complaint lodged by Alka Kale (40), wife of the deceased, Kelvad Police had arrested Subhash on charges under Sections 302, 201 of the Indian Penal Code on August 5, 2017.
The then Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Sonawale investigated the case and charge sheeted Subhash. As the charges were substantiated against him, the court sentenced Subhash to life imprisonment with a fine of Rs 5,000. District Government Pleader Nitin Telgote represented the State.