Stunner on police wanted list
FLAMBOYANT rapper Stunner on Tuesday placed himself on the police wanted list after he failed to attend a court hearing in which he is standing accused of driving a car without a driver’s licence and ramming into four parked vehicles, injuring two people in the process.
Born Desmond Chideme, Stunner was involved in an accident after his car veered off the road and rammed into four vehicles which were parked along Jason Moyo Avenue in Harare’s city centre, injuring two people sometime in June this year.
The 36-year-old failed to appear before Harare magistrate Nomsa Sabarauta answering to negligent driving and driving without a driver’s licence.
His actions left the court without an option but to issue him with a warrant of arrest.
State counsel, Devoted Gwashavanhu-Nyagano had it that on June 20 at around 3pm Stunner was driving his Toyota Lexus-ADG 3577- along Jason Moyo Avenue when he lost control of his car.
Reports are that he veered off the road and hit a VW Golf ADP4099, Toyota RAV4 ADR 1098, Toyota Tercel ABR 3561 Toyota Hilux ADL 6689 which were parked in parking bays.
Stunner is alleged to have hit Douglas Sachikonye who sustained a fractured pelvis and Norest Murungweni who also sustained some minor injuries, according to the State.
The court heard that Stunner’s car went to rest on the Old Mutual’s building.
Allegations are that Stunner was driving at excessive speed and failed to stop or act reasonably when a collision was seemingly imminent.
Further allegations were that he failed to keep his vehicle under control and keep a proper look-out.
Stunner was arrested