[www.inewsguyana.com] – Three men, who were jointly charged with break and enter and larceny committed on Central Electronics located on Robb Street, Georgetown, made another appearance before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry.
David Lynch of Lot 147 Cooper Street, Raymond Harvey a miner of Lot 16 Duncan Street, both Albouystown, Oriley Small of Lot 6 Charlestown, Georgetown were all granted bail in the sum of $250,000 each.
They first appeared in court on October 18 and pleaded not guilty to that charge that said between Saturday, 5 and Monday, 7 of October at Robb Street, Georgetown, they break and enter Central Electronics and stole a quantity of items, which include a flat screen television set and a metal safe, along with cash together valued $9.2M, property of Chet Singh.
Police Prosecutor Bharat Mangru told the court that the virtual complainant (VC) secured his business place on Robb Street, Georgetown, on Saturday, October 5 and return for business on Monday, October 7 when he discovered that a door on the ground floor of the building was broken.
A check was made on CCTV camera and it was noticed that Harvey, the driver of motor car PEE 6716 entered the store and then made an escape.
Mangru made another objection to pretrial freedom of all the defendants citing the prevalence and seriousness of the offence.
However, bail was granted and the defendants were ordered to report at Brickdam police station every fortnight on Fridays at 17:00 hrs, until January 17, 2014.