Partners in crime

Siblings on remand for attempted burglary

Two siblings and partners in crime will spend the next 28 days at HMP Dodds after admitting to attempted burglary.

Jim Ron Fenty, 22, and his older brother Jason Nathaniel Fenty, 23, both of #20 B Down Hill Drive, Eden Lodge, St Michael, are charged with entering Nicole Branch’s home as trespassers on December 30, with intent to steal.

The jointly charged brothers pleaded guilty when they appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick Wednesday afternoon in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court.

According to police prosecutor Sergeant Rudy Pilgrim, the Fenty siblings were walking along Clermont, St Michael when they saw a house they thought was unoccupied. The two jumped over the guard wall and ventured into the home.

One was a lookout while the other went upstairs, but he was “startled” when the complainant called out.

Jim Fenty

The brothers escaped but were subsequently arrested and charged following police investigations.

Their lawyer Mohia Ma’at, in seeking bail for his clients, told the court that the Fentys were not on bail from any court, even though they have prior convictions.

“To their credit, both brothers entered the early plea of guilt and cooperated fully with the Royal Barbados Police Force and are both very remorseful about what happened,” the attorney said.

However, Magistrate Frederick was not impressed.

“They are working in [cahoots] with each other. One is the watchman and the other is the thief. Not one talking to the other to say ‘come back, don’t do it, you going get shoot’. These boys hard ears,” the magistrate said as he took a close look at the brothers’ antecedents.

Jason Fenty

“You know how much trauma that person might have [suffered] seeing two men in her house? Do you know how jumpy she has become? You don’t know because you have never been burglarized.”

At one point, Jason told the magistrate that he had been going through a rough patch lately and had not had any electricity for the past 11 months.

That did not appease the magistrate.

“When you go in someone’s house, you must expect to go to prison [because] you keep doing it all the time,” he told the brothers.

He then remanded the two to jail until February 15.

“Let them reflect,” Frederick said, even as he ordered a pre-sentencing report.

15 Responses to Partners in crime

  1. Anne Ince
    Anne Ince January 18, 2017 at 11:31 pm

    White boys ???

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  2. Donna Archer Burnett
    Donna Archer Burnett January 18, 2017 at 11:59 pm

    No they’re not, ecky beckies

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  3. Hunte Omar
    Hunte Omar January 19, 2017 at 1:10 am

    I believe the two Brothers need serious intervention. Without electricity for a year indicate they not working. Do they have a skill?

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  4. Hal Austin January 19, 2017 at 3:55 am

    Plea of desperation. Where is social welfare?

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  5. Debera January 19, 2017 at 7:23 am

    You are so right Donna Archer Burnett,Barbadians do not know the different’s between (white & ecky- bekie) lol bajans,they are thieves that’s what they are.

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  6. Steve January 19, 2017 at 8:31 am

    Who cares if they are white ?! Or black ! Race once again – smh – They are thieves – go joint the rest at dodds – enter my house and meet my 16 friends in my hand

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  7. Lala January 19, 2017 at 9:38 am

    Lol Jim n Jason da always hardears n dem gne neva learn…..Serve dem right n I know dem gne do um again….Wud neva change

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  8. Sweet face January 19, 2017 at 10:01 am

    It’s true they are both thieves, both have been to prison on numerous occasions for stealing, Jim just came out of prison late last year and Jason earlier that year….

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  9. ForgiveusFather January 19, 2017 at 10:18 am

    I am familiar with both brothers and one is a friend. They have been battling poverty from childhood. Without parental guidance it has been a case of survival at any means. It is unfortunate that this has been the method. I pray they do reflect and make the change they need to progress.

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  10. Donild Trimp January 19, 2017 at 10:22 am

    What is the point?

    White thief, Ecky-Bekie thief, is there a difference?

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  11. Ossie Moore January 19, 2017 at 11:18 am

    Lawd mek peace! These boys got to do better! Think about it if these boys went up in St George people property and walk into their home Lord havist Mercy!!

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  12. William January 19, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    I think the correct description is “malatto”

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  13. jason January 19, 2017 at 4:21 pm

    This man half Austin has good reason

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  14. Val and Judy January 19, 2017 at 11:50 pm

    Don’t know your brother but awfully ashamed of you Jason. What a terrible way to be taught a lesson (i.e if you do learn the lesson). At lease you had the good sense to cooperate with the police. I hope that remorse is genuine. Trust you spend that remand time in serious reflection and pull your fool-damn self together.

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  15. Helicopter(8P) January 23, 2017 at 11:42 am

    Stop the pigmentation devising! They are Barbadian criminals and pallor of the skin is not the law! Barbadians I thought have elevated from skin sensitivity?

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