Student Pilot charged with Break & Enter, Larceny

Colwin St. Helen. [iNews' Photo]


Colwin St. Helen. [iNews' Photo]
Colwin St. Helen. [iNews’ Photo]
[] – Twenty – One year old student pilot, Colwin St. Helen of Third Avenue, Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara was ordered to post $100,000 bail on a break and enter and larceny charge by Magistrate Fabayo Azore.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge, which alleged that on July 15, being in Company of others at Green Field Providence, East Bank Demerara, he broke and entered dwelling house of Nicholas Marks and stole one Samsung Laptop, one knife, one blue back pack, one bottle vodka, one bottle whisky, one gold necklace, a quantity of gold and silver bracelets, together valued $407,900, all property of Marks and Shireen Bisoon.

The defendant was represented by Attorney – at – Law, Dexter Todd, who requested bail in a reasonable sum stating that St. Helen cooperated with the Police during the investigations. Todd said his client does not pose as a flight and does not have a problem to attend his trial.

He was also ordered to lodge his travel documents including his passport and report to the Providence Police station every Friday at 09:00 hrs until the completion of the matter. The case was put off to October 13.



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