A Georgetown man with five charges pending before the court has been denied bail.
Devorne Baptiste already had three charges pending when he was brought before the Serious Offences Court, on Thursday, where Chief Magistrate Rechanne Browne denied him bail, after an application from the prosecution.
Then, on Friday, he was brought before the same court, charged that on May 28,
at Grand Sable, Georgetown, he entered dwelling house of Othneil Child, of the same address, as trespasser, and stole one black 32” Mastertech flat screen television and remote, valued at EC$1,800; one black Samsung Galaxy A10s cellular phone, valued at EC$800, total value EC$2,600 and and EC$650 in cash, the property of Keyra Joslyn-Child, of Grand Sable Georgetown, and one black 10” Samsung tablet, valued at EC$700, the property of the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The matter was adjourned and transferred to the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court for hearing on June 20.
A suksesful carrière criminal. Sleep wid yo airs cock e mite b cumin fo yo hows neks. Lak e raas op fo at leest 5 yers so e gah enuf time fo reflek.
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