Pork Knocker remanded to prison on Break and Enter Charge

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[www.inewsguyana.com] – Twenty – five – year – old pork knocker of Kwakwani Park, accused of break and enter was remanded to prison by Magistrate Ann McLennan on Wednesday, April 30.

Peter Giddings pleaded not guilty to the offence, which alleged that between April 20 – 21 at 111 Miles Mahdia, he broke and entered Miner’s Choice hardware store and stole one gold chain and one gold and diamond ring together worth $266,000, property of Gordon Durant.   

 Peter Giddings was remanded to prison. [iNews' Photo]
Peter Giddings was remanded to prison. [iNews’ Photo]
Police Prosecutor, Dinero Jones told the Court that on the day in question, the virtual complainant, who is the General Manager of the store, secured the business place and left.

Upon his return, he noticed the southern window opened and further checks revealed the articles missing. The Prosecutor successfully objected to the pretrial liberty of Giddings on the grounds of the seriousness and prevalence of the offence. Jones also objected on the fact that the defendant has three other pending charges of similar nature.

Bail was refused and the case was transferred to Mahdia Court for July 14.

[www.inewsguyana.com] – Twenty – five – year – old pork knocker of Kwakwani Park, accused of break and enter was remanded to prison by Magistrate Ann McLennan on Wednesday, April 30.

Peter Giddings pleaded not guilty to the offence, which alleged that between April 20 – 21 at 111 Miles Mahdia, he broke and entered Miner’s Choice hardware store and stole one gold chain and one gold and diamond ring together worth $266,000, property of Gordon Durant.   

Police Prosecutor, Dinero Jones told the Court that on the day in question, the virtual complainant, who is the General Manager of the store, secured the business place and left.

Upon his return, he noticed the southern window opened and further checks revealed the articles missing. The Prosecutor successfully objected to the pretrial liberty of Giddings on the grounds of the seriousness and prevalence of the offence. Jones also objected on the fact that the defendant has three other pending charges of similar nature.

Bail was refused and the case was transferred to Mahdia Court for July 14.

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