Car washer denies selling stolen bangle

A 31-year-old car washer, accused of dishonestly disposing of stolen goods and falsely purporting to have lawful authority to sell precious metals, was Wednesday released on $5,000 bail.

Jamar Antonio Reeves of 1st Avenue, Campaign Land, Martindale’s Road, St Michael, pleaded not guilty to the offences when he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick in the No.1 District ‘A’ Criminal Court.

It is alleged that on July 19 2017, Reeves dishonestly assisted in the disposal of a stolen article, namely a bangle belonging to Christian Franklyn.

It is also alleged that on the same date, Reeves falsely stated that he had lawful authority to sell the bangle.

Prosecutor Sergeant Martin Rock offered no objection to bail and Reeves was ordered to return to court on October 25, 2017.

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