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Alcoholic 'taps' innovation to fund habit

DNAHM128091 | 5/22/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :356 | Crime & Law



A case of theft was lodged with Karanj police station on Monday after 64 brand new water taps were stolen from bathrooms and coolers of the City Session court. Cops have arrested a 52-year-old alcoholic for the crimes.
The accused has been identified as Manu Dantani (52), a resident of Chandrabhaga chal located in Ranip area. Dantani is unemployed and an alcoholic.
According to the police, a complaint was lodged by Yasvardan Mehta (48), a resident of Shastrinagar and employee with the Session court. He stated in his complaint that after the inauguration the City Session court in Karanj area, all the bathrooms and coolers of the court building were installed with new water taps.
On April 15, the officials found that the
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