Charlestown man granted $250,000 bail over theft of auto spares


A thirty-eight-year-old father of five was arraigned before the Court of Magistrate Leron Daly on Wednesday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, where he was granted $250,000 bail when he pleaded not guilty to the charge of larceny.

It is alleged that Jermaine Devin, whilst in the company of others between September 16, 2017 and September 18, 2017 at Garnett Street in Georgetown, broke and entered into the business premises of First Class Auto Spares and therein stole a quantity of car parts and accessories, a total of $2.197M, property of Richard Hamid.

The accused who was represented by Attorney-at-law Paul Fung-A-Fat is a resident of Broad Street, Charlestown with no previous or pending matters before the courts according to the lawyer.

Police prosecutor Simone Payne did not object to bail under the condition that bail be granted in a substantial sum.

Bail was granted by Magistrate Daly accordingly and the accused was ordered to return to Court on October 11, 2017 for continuation.






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