Three members of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) who were charged for stealing a quantity of milk and butter from base Camp Ayanganna, was yesterday fined $100,000 each. In default, they will serve one year imprisonment. They were found guilty of the charge.
This ruling was handed down yesterday by Senior Magistrate Leron Daly in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts at the conclusion of the trial.
Victor Logan, 27, of Hadfield Street, Georgetown; Kevin Fitz, also 27, of West Ruimveldt, and Richard Charles, 26, had all denied the allegation which stated that between February 13 and February 14 at Base Camp Ayanganna, they stole 11 bags of two-kilogram milk powder valued $153,890 and several boxes of butter worth $57,400, property of the GDF.
The Magistrate ruled that there was sufficient evidence led by Police Prosecutor Sanj Singh throughout the trial and she found the three accused men guilty of the offence.
According to reports, the three men were caught with the stolen items in a vehicle while they were leaving Camp Ayanganna.
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