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|Thursday, 28 June 2012 20:43|
Defendant caught with tools after storeroom burglary
RANDOLPH Nurse, 36, of Lot 622 ‘B’ Field, Sophia, Greater Georgetown, appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry on Wednesday on a break and enter and larceny charge. He pleaded not guilty to the offence, particulars of which said, on June 24, he broke and entered the storeroom of Rajendra Rajpaul and stole a quantity of tools valued $736,907.
Police Sergeant Philip Sheriff, prosecuting, said the owner had secured his storeroom and left, but upon his return, observed that the place had been broken into and items were missing.
The prosecutor said police were summoned and apprehended the defendant in a nearby yard with a bag that contained tools.
Nurse told the court he was in a yard next to the virtual complainant picking dry coconuts when the police arrested him.
He claimed he is a hard working man and cited the look of his hands as proof of that.
Nurse was put on $200,000 bail until July 16.
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