Plumber granted bail on B&E charge

January 12, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_imgMark Sears, a 40-year-old plumber and father of two, was on Friday made to answer to a charge of break and enter when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.He denied that he had broken and entered the dwelling house of Natoya McPharley at Hadfield Street, Lodge on January 2, 2018, and from there had stolen one handbag valued at $4500, three cell phones, and cash and other items valued at $100,000.According to the Prosecution’s case, on the day of the robbery, the virtual complainant (VC) was awakened at around 04:00h by strange sounds being made. Upon investigation, she noticed that her bedroom had been ransacked. Whilst carrying out further inspection, she noticed Sears and another person in her home, and she raised an alarm.The Prosecution is contending that Sears and his accomplice managed to escape, but Sears was later apprehended and charged by Police.Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield did not object to the defendant being placed on bail, and same was set in the sum of $150,000. The case will continue on February 9.last_img

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