Woman appears in court for husband’s murder

2018-02-22 06:00
PHOTO: facebookThe late Hilton Heine and his wife Natasha.

PHOTO: facebookThe late Hilton Heine and his wife Natasha.

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OPINION has been sharply divided on Facebook after Fever published a story of a woman who appeared in court last Friday to face a charge of her husband’s murder.

Natasha Heine (43) appeared in the Ramsgate Magistrate’s Court and was released on R5 000 bail.

SAPS spokesperson Captain Vincent Pandarum said Hilton Heine (52) was shot in the head while sitting in a car outside a pub in St Michael’s on October 5 last year.

He was driven to the Margate Netcare Hospital by his wife but was pronounced dead on arrival.

Detective Warrant-Officer Michael Welsh and Detective Sergeant Michelle van Niekerk of the Margate SAPS Detective Service executed a warrant of arrest last Thursday morning after an extensive investigation and arrested Natasha.

On Facebook there have been those who are calling for others to stop passing judgment and let the law take its course, while others are openly vilifying Natasha.

She is due back in court on March 5.

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