Teacher charged with receiving stolen items

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Court[www.inewsguyana.com] – A thirty-eight-year old Sand Creek Secondary school teacher has been charged with the offence of receiving stolen items.

Eddy Johnson of St. Ignatius Village, Central Rupununi was granted $50,000 bail by Magistrate McLennan, for receiving stolen property.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge, which alleged that on July 25 at St. Ignatius Village, he received from Dawn Peters one television set and one DVD player, together valued $110,000, knowing same to be stolen or unlawfully obtained, property of Theresa Rampersaud.

The unrepresented defendant is scheduled to make his next court appearance at the Lethem Magistrate’s Court on September 07.

3 COMMENTS

  1. so if teacher work cannot pay him let the go find a paying job how . why u have to bing in rohee name is he want to buy thieving stuff

  2. Like I say All Guyanese want things for free, Doe’s Theresa Rampersaud works for the Government or is she just struggling to make a living. The Teacher did not bought
    stolen Food he want a TV could he afford the cable charges.

  3. Is this person a former PPP minister? No, this person was involved in theft. Where is Rohee? He likes to defend persons who are involved in fraud and theft. Only poor persons steal. This lowly teacher allegedly bought stolen property because his salary is small but it is wrong and must face the court. Then the minister must also face the court. Where are the “witch hunt” criers? Is it because this person has no political clout? The poor man must pay the piper and the ministers and head of government organizations must go free. That means that there are two laws. One for the politically connected and the other for the poor man. You people should listen to john jones’ poor man.

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