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Another charge

Scotiabank robbery accused back in court

COURT TODAY BLOCKThe young man who appeared in a Bridgetown Court last week accused of robbing the Black Rock branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia on January 27, went before the District ‘B’ Magistrates Court today.

Malcolm Marlon Archer, 20, of Lowthers Hill, Christ Church, who was earlier remanded by Magistrate Douglas Frederick for robbing the bank of BD$13 956 and US$308 while having a firearm with him, re-appeared at the District ‘B’ Court on a possession of cannabis charge.

Police lead robbery accused Malcolm Marlon Archer into the court .

Police lead robbery accused Malcolm Marlon Archer into the court .

After the accused pleaded guilty to the offence, Acting Magistrate Anthony Blackman fined Archer $500 forthwith, with an alternative of two months in jail. The fine was not paid.

Meanwhile, his mother and stepfather had their matters adjourned until June 3, by the same court. Adrian Athelston Pinder, a 50-year-old steel bender, is accused of dishonestly receiving stolen goods, that being BD$3 650 and US$50 belonging to Scotia Bank, between January 27 and February 8.

Archer’s mother, 43-year-old housekeeper Mohandai Durga-Pinder, who allegedly received $500, which was the proceeds of a crime, has been charged with money laundering.

Archer’s mother  Mohandai Durga-Pinder.

Archer’s mother Mohandai Durga-Pinder.

Pinder and Durga-Pinder were granted $10 000 and $2 000 bail respectively, and must report to a police station once a week.

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