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Bail denied for robbery accused

St Michael resident Brian Chuckie Marville was today remanded to prison on robbery and criminal damage charges.

Marville, 23, of 5A Madison Terrace, Deacons Farm, pleaded not guilty to robbing Peter Deane of a $1 867 cellular phone and $500 in cash on October 28. He also denied damaging a car belonging to Garry Blagrove on the same day.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Janice Ifill strongly urged Magistrate Kristy Cuffy-Sargeant not to release Marville, pointing to the nature of the offence, his antecedents and that he was currently on bail from the No.1 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court.

The prosecutor also told the court that it was the Crown’s fear that Marville would re-offend.

Arguing for his release Marville told the court; “I do not want to go back to jail.”

However, Magistrate Cuffy-Sargeant denied his bail application and remanded hi to HMP Dodds until December 15.

One Response to Bail denied for robbery accused

  1. BoboTheClown November 18, 2016 at 8:53 am

    We need to have some real deterrents in place that would make these repeated criminals think twice about committing crimes over and over again.
    Let’s implement a real hard labor type of punishment that would deter repeat offenders. Let’s put in place a tough contingent o Defense Force Personnel to oversee it. Put these offenders out at least 6to 8 hours a day through all and any conditions to help clean up beaches ,roads ,fields ,gullies,garbage and any other entities that would bring some beauty and cleanliness to our once Paradise. If they want to commit crimes ,make them pay in meaningful ways.

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