Nov 07, 2008 News
Bernard Sam, 18, of 6173 Albouystown, was yesterday remanded to prison by Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson, when he appeared to answer a charge of break and enter of a dwelling house.
It is alleged that the accused, on August 26, broke and entered the dwelling house of Monica Primo and stole a quantity of household items. He pleaded not guilty to the charge.
A second charge read that Sam, on June 2, last, broke and entered the dwelling house of Cersior Ali and stole a quantity of household items. He again pleaded not guilty.
It is also alleged that the accused, on August 30, broke and entered the dwelling house of Keith Pellow and stole a quantity of household items. Again he pleaded not guilty. According to Pellow, one of the items was discovered in the defendant’s yard.
Sam refuted this claim and said that he is totally innocent of the offence.
According to the Police Prosecutor Sherwin Matthews, this is not the first time that the defendant has been charged for similar offences.
He was charged twice and he never returned after he was granted bail, the prosecutor said. The defendant confirmed this to the magistrate.
He was denied bail and ordered to make his next court appearance on November 11.
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