Two charged for stealing, purchasing motorcycle

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Dwayne Anthony exits the Magistrate's Court (in blue shirt) while Richard Bourne hides his face. [iNews' Photo]
Dwayne Anthony exits the Magistrate’s Court (in blue shirt) while Richard Bourne hides his face. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com]Two men appeared before Magistrate Ann McLennan on Thursday, December 12, charged with simple larceny and receiving stolen items.

Dwayne Anthony, 28, of 59 Cross Street, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to the charge which alleged that on December 8 at Georgetown, he received from Richard Bourne one Jailing 110-8 motorcycle, valued $168,000, property of Andre Vince.

Additionally, 42-year-old Bourne also entered a not guilty plea to the charge which alleged that on December 8 at Brickdam, Georgetown; he stole one Jailing 110-8 motorcycle, valued $168,000, from Andre Vince.

Attorney Paul Fung – A – Fat represented Anthony and told the Court that his client had no knowledge that the motorcycle was stolen when he purchased it from Bourne. The lawyer applied for bail.

Police Prosecutor Tracey May Gittens objected to bail in regards to Borne citing that he is known to the court for previous matters of similar nature. However, she did not object to bail in relation to Anthony, but asked that a substantial amount be imposed.

Bourne was remanded to prison until January 17, and Anthony was granted bail in the sum of $70,000 for December 17.

 

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