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Price faces 17 charges

COURT TODAY BLOCKAn unemployed man facing 17 charges appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Douglas Frederick this afternoon.

However, Daley Dennis Price was not required to plead to any of them. Instead, the Maxwell Hill, Christ Church resident was remanded to prison until September 6, when he will appear in the Oistins Court.

Price, 26, is accused of three counts of intentionally damaging cars, six counts of theft, six counts of loitering on premises with intent to steal and two counts of breaking and entering homes.

He is charged with damaging cars belonging to Lynn Jemmott, Juliet Spencer and Dionne Moore and breaking and entering the homes of Alanville Skeete and Arrio Evelyn-Hall.

Price is further accused of stealing $10 from Tiffany Best, $86 from Lorraine Pinder, $55 from Kevin Price, $5 belonging to Ivan Joseph, $5 belonging to Natasha Davis and $229 in items belonging to Joan Breedy.

The Christ Church man also faces charges of loitering with intent to steal at Kendal Hill Crescent, Maxwell Hill, twice at Kingsland Crescent, Wotton Terrace, and on D’Andra Callender’s premises.

All of the offences were allegedly committed between May and August 15 this year.

Station Sergeant Neville Watson objected to bail on the grounds that there were “a number of charges” before the court and Price had “quite a few antecedents,” which together suggested some propensity for those type of offences.

The prosecutor added that there was a need to protect the society from Price and the accused from himself.

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