Walrond accused of murder, kidnapping and 13 other crimes
A fourth man accused of murdering Andre Hinds at his North Thumberland, St Lucy home on August 25 has been remanded to HMP Dodds.
Richan Robert Walrond, 25, of Back Ivy, St Michael was not required to plead to the offence and 14 others, which span a total of four jurisdictions, when he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court today.
Walrond is also accused of entering the home of Gregory Webster as a trespasser between July 25 and 27, 2015 and stealing two rings valued $850, a $350 watch, a shot gun valued $3,500, a box of ammunition valued at $27 and US$500 in cash.
He is also accused entering the home of Hudson Browne on March 26, 2014, armed with a collins, and stealing $3,200, including US$600 in cash belonging to the home owner, as well as $6,000, as well as a motor car valued at $33,000 and a car key valued at $57 belonging to Alice Browne.
The unemployed man is also charged with entering Black Best Quarry sometime between March 25 and 26 and carrying away a $4,000 safe.
Those offences occurred in the parish of St Peter in the District ‘E’ jurisdiction.
Walrond is also accused of carrying out crimes in District ‘C’ where he is said to have unlawfully removed Andrea Stoute from Union Hall, St Philip without her consent on August 14, 2015.
It is also alleged that he entered the residence of Francis Stoute with a firearm and stole $160, as well as a necklace valued $787.50 and a bracelet worth $1,500 belonging to Andrea Stoute.
The accused man also faces a charge of entering Richard Stoute and Sons and stealing BDS$4,492.05 and US$516 belonging to the proprietor.
Additionally, Walrond is also accused of robbing Michael Cheltenham of $439.61 and Sidney Barton of $496.10 on March 10, 2016.
He also alleged to have entered the house of Margaret Boyce with a firearm on April 23, 2016, stealing one chain valued at $7,000, a $400 ring, a $50 bracelet, a pair of earrings worth $25, one $300 cell phone, and $6,000 as well as $250, 000 belonging to Charles Haynes.
The 25-year-old also allegedly entered Margareta St John’s home on August 10, 2015, taking a wedding ring set worth $20,000, along with a chain and pendant valued at $2,000 and $70.
Those charges allegedly occurred in the St Michael District ‘A’ jurisdiction.
Over in District ‘B’, he also faces charges of possession, possession with intent to supply and traffic cannabis, on September 2, 2016.
Walrond is scheduled to re-appear in the District ‘A’ Court on October 10.
He is also due to go before the District ‘B’ Court on September 28; District ‘C’ Court on September 27 and District ‘B’ on October 4.