Mason remanded for robbery under arms, resisting arrest, assault and disorderly behavior

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DSC05111A mason was today remanded to prison for robbery under arms, resisting arrest, assault and disorderly behaviour. Twenty – eight – year old Quincy Lethlow of Lot 13 John Fernandes Squatting Area West Ruimveldt Georgetown pleaded not guilty to all four charges which read that on August 14 in Georgetown he stole several articles totaling $244,000 property of Louvern Manifold.

On August 22, the accused resisted arrest and assaulted police officer Teon Hope while behaving disorderly at the Ruimveldt Police Station. The accused was represented by Attorney – at – Law Paul Fung-A-Fat, who made an application for reasonable  noting that his client was speaking up for his sister-in-law during which the offences were committed.

Based on the nature and seriousness of the offence and the possibility that the accused may not return to court for trial the prosecutor objected to bail. Quincy Lethlow will make his next court appearance on September 02. [Royan Abrams]

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