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Man remanded for 11 break-ins

COURT TODAY BLOCKAn unemployed man accused of 11 break-ins was remanded to prison when he appeared in the Oistins Magistrates’ Court today.

Lesonto Orelston Hydrafel Levine pleaded not guilty to those charges, as well as an additional count of stealing and one of intent to commit theft.

After denying him bail, Chief Magistrate Pamela Beckles remanded hinm until May 11.

The 29-year-old resident of Rollins Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael, is accused of breaking into 11 homes and stealing items such as televisions, tablets, iPods, jewellery, watches, colognes, wines, a stereo system, cameras and gift vouchers.

The offences were allegedly committed at homes spanning several parishes: Josey Hill and Lowlands, St Lucy; St Silas Heights and West Terrace, St James; The Rock, St Peter; Pilgrim Crescent, Newton and Coverley, Christ Church; Society in St John; and Sunset Heights, Maynards, St Peter.

The total value of the stolen items exceeded $60,000.

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