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Written by Saskia Konyneburg, The Northern Advocate / NZ Herald   
Tuesday, 15 April 2008

Daniel Hill in hospital the week after he was injured. Photo / Jeff Brass

A man embedded a flounder spear in the skull of a thief who had made "an unfortunate decision" to break into the car he had been travelling in, a court heard yesterday.

Sam Oliver Spence, 21, from Hikurangi appeared in the High Court at Whangarei charged with wounding Daniel Hill with reckless disregard on January 21 last year.

The prosecution alleges Mr Spence threw the metre-long spear at Mr Hill after recognising the car he was in.

Mr Hill had earlier broken into the Mitsubishi car Mr Spence had travelled in to Whale Bay, north-east of Whangarei, and stolen CDs, a mobile phone and a wallet. He was convicted of theft in June last year.

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