Two caught breaking into Regent St. store remanded to prison
Two men, who were reportedly caught red-handed breaking into an Auto Parts store on Regent Street, Bourda, Georgetown, were remanded to prison by Principal Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus Monday at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court.
Deon Brown, 38, of Charlotte Street, Georgetown and Teon Allyne, 20, of Leopold Street, Georgetown were jointly charged.
It is alleged that between April 26 – 27, 2019, at Regent Road Bourda, the duo broke and entered the business place of Vivekanand Ramotar and stole over $1.1M worth in items.
The duo, both unrepresented, pleaded not guilty to the charge.
In court, Brown explained that he lives next door to the business place and was awaken by Police who accused him of committing the crime.
Meanwhile, Allyne denied breaking into the store but explained that he saw a battery outside the store and took it.
Police Prosecutor Adduni Innis opposed to the duo being released on bail.
The court heard that Police acted on a ‘tip-off’ and caught the two men breaking into the store.
They were remanded to prison until May 2, 2019.