Buxton resident remanded for allegedly stealing kitchen utensils

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Bob[www.inewsguyana.com] – A 40-year-old Buxton resident was remanded to prison by Magistrate Ann McLennan for stealing a quantity of kitchen utensils.

Clive Bob denied the allegations which that between December 1 and 3 at East Street, Georgetown; he stole from Dean McRae a quantity of kitchen utensils that include two plates, one rice colander, two pressure cookers, two stainless steel pots, a quantity of cutlery, two graters, one kettle, one glass bowl, one hot and cold cup, four food warmers, one gas stove, one stew cooker and one pack of plastic spoon, together value $211,450.

The Court was told by Police Prosecutor Dinero Jones that the Virtual Complainant (VC) is the owner of a mobile caravan on East Street.  Jones said on the day in question the victim secured his caravan and left to conduct other errands, and upon his return, he noticed that it was broken into.

However, the accused told the court that he was hired by another man to drop some bags to Bourda for $2, 000, and on his way, the patrol vehicle stopped him and told him to put the bags at the back of the vehicle.

Bail was refused and the accused is slated to appear in Court on January 13, 2014.

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