Impala Car Rental Director Could Be A Wanted Man In UK
The publication does not specify the crime which Dondo and his co-accused, Sharon McCartney, Stuart Smith, and John Alan Wilkinson, committed but political analyst Majaira Jairosi claims they were up for human trafficking.
The publication claims Kanganwirai Dondo, 36 then, failed to attend Teesside Crown Court on November 19, 2007. It further reports:
His (Dondo) last known address was in the Ingleby Barwick area.
Sharon McCartney, 44. She failed to attend Teesside Magistrates Court on May 23, 2007. Her last known address was in Stockton but she is also believed to have connections in the Darlington area.
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Stuart Smith, 28. He had a warrant issued against him by Guisborough Magistrates Court on August 23, 2007. His last known address was in the Billingham area.
John Alan Wilkinson, 42. He failed to attend Teesside Magistrates Court on July 15, 2008. His last known address was in the Stillington area.
Inspector Tony Rock, from Cleveland Police, said: “If persons are bailed to court and fail to attend, a warrant will be issued for their arrest.
“Stockton Police endeavour to arrest any wanted person the day they receive notification from a court.
“In the New Year, Stockton had 19 warrants outstanding which is the lowest total for some time.
“We would like to reduce the number of outstanding court warrants even further. We are therefore asking for the public’s help to trace the four persons whose photographs are shown.”
If anyone has any information as to the current whereabouts of the four, they should contact Stockton Police on 01642 302226 or the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Dondo was one of the directors at the now-dissolved Synergy Harrogate Limited from 14 Jan 2005–14 Jan 2007.
This comes when Impala Car Rental, a car hire company, is under fire after its vehicle was used in the abduction of university student Tawanda Muchehiwa by suspected State agents in July this year.
Muchehiwa was abducted, tortured and dumped three days later and was immediately arrested allegedly for obstructing justice as he and other family members were allegedly not forthcoming as far as revealing Zim Live editor Mduduzi Mathuthu’s whereabouts.