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Seven remanded

Seven people, including a juvenile and a woman, were remanded to prison on multiple counts of burglary and other offences when they appeared in the Oistins Magistrates’ Court today.

A 15-year-old from Christ Church, along with Akeem Ricardo Griffith, 23, of Montrose, Christ Church were jointly charged with one count of burglary while they face a similar charge along with 21-year-old Falicia Shauntell Browne of Sunrise Drive, Rices, St Philip.

Griffith is also accused jointly with Browne of another burglary. The duo, along with the 15-year-old and Shawn Kenna Henderson Walrond, 42, of 1st Avenue Station Hill, St Michael face another burglary charge.

Griffith faces a separate charge of handling stolen property.

Meantime, Jamal Rohan Omar Layne, 29, of 1st Avenue, Vauxhall, Christ Church and Dario Devon Taylor, 23, of Gall Hill, Christ Church are facing one burglary charge; Edward Shamar Chase, 30, of Gall Hill, Christ Church faces another; and Taylor is also separately accused of robbery and serious bodily harm.

The female accused pleased guilty to one burglary charge and will return to court on January 23 for sentencing. She will make a subsequent appearance on the other charges on February 9, along with Griffith, Walrond and the juvenile.

Layne, Taylor and Chase will return to court on February 16.

One Response to Seven remanded

  1. Corey Worrell
    Corey Worrell January 20, 2015 at 1:15 am

    All of these young people doing crime, going up and relaxing. It seems they have time on their hands

    So much bush want cutting, drains want clearing, pavements want painting, old people homes want repairing, streets need weeding and these youngsters should be doing it; and we working on mornings between 6 and 10 and afternoons from 2 till 6 when people on the road and can see wunna

    Let the other youngsters see you and know what they will get if the choose to do nonsense


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