Five taxi drivers accused of attempted larceny granted bail

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Rolex Johnson. [iNews' Photo]
Rolex Johnson. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Five men charged with attempting to steal from a motor vehicle were today placed on $160,000 bail each by Magistrate Ann McLennan.

Thirty – seven – year old Rolex Johnson of Grove, East Bank Demerara, 35 -year – old Leroy Lloyd of Bagotstown, 27 – year – old Kurt Kendall of Non Pariel, East Coast Demerara, 47 – year – old Collin Goodrich of Mahaicony and 35 – year – old Chetram Suknandan of Grove Squatting area are all taxi drivers and pleaded not guilty to the charge.

It is alleged that on Monday, September 22 at Church Street, Georgetown, they attempted to steal from a vehicle – GMM 575 – owned Navindra Latchman.

Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield did not object to bail. The Court heard that Latchman withdrew money from a City Bank and subsequently parked on Church Street with the money in the vehicle.

Chetram Suknandan hides his face as he exits the Court. [iNews' Photo]
Chetram Suknandan hides his face as he exits the Court. [iNews’ Photo]
He then went into an Insurance Agency when Johnson was seen attempting to enter the vehicle, while Lloyd, Kendall, Goodrich Sukunandan were in a waiting car.

An alarm was raised and they were all arrested and taken to the station. Bail was granted and the case will call again on October 28.

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