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Two Foreign Nationals Face Imprisonment After Robbing Other Expats In Bali

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Two foreign nationals potentially face 12 years of imprisonment after breaking into a villa and robbing other expats in Bali.

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The Head of the Badung State Attorney, I Made Gde Bamaxs, confirmed that two expats identified as Nicola Disanto from Italy and Gregory Lee Simpson from England were arrested.

Both potentially face 12 years of imprisonment for breaking into a villa. They stole the registration books of 10 cars along with a large amount of cash from a couple in Seminyak in 2021.

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Both suspects broke into a villa in Seminyak on November 11th 2021 at 3:00 am. An expat couple named Principe Nerini and Camilla Guadagnuolo were staying there at the time.

Once the suspects got inside the villa, they stole registration books, IDR 200 million, EUR 10,000, and 3,900 reais.

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The victims filed a report to the police, and after a few days of investigation, both suspects were arrested.

“All the files have been handed over on Thursday (10/3). We will continue with the legal process and schedule the trial with Denpasar Courthouse. Both suspects potentially face the maximum charge of 12 years,” Bamaxs concluded.

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Randy

Thursday 17th of March 2022

Deportation and banned from reentering Bali. Simple!! Save local tax payers money.

Paul Speirs

Wednesday 16th of March 2022

Chop the hands off that would give then something to think about for the rest of there lives

J West

Tuesday 15th of March 2022

They were known to the victim…it’s an island…where did they think they would hide? I suspect Meth was involved.

Christine Bagnall

Tuesday 15th of March 2022

Up to 12 years in a Bali prison! That will definitely keep them out of trouble. They will wish that they kept their hands off someone else's property.

Wayan Bo

Monday 14th of March 2022

Seams to be a “acquaintance” from before.

Lingus

Tuesday 15th of March 2022

@Wayan Bo, mate you are always good for a good response, love it