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Lewis pleads guilty to burglary

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Sandy Bay resident Julian Lewis will be sentenced at the High court after pleading guilty to four counts of burglary.{{more}}

Lewis was brought before Senior Magistrate Donald Browne at the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, February 10, 2010.

The court heard that on January 18, 2010, Lewis entered the home of Andre Cadogan of Ratho Mill and stole a quantity of items valued over $700. He also stole US$1,200 and cologne valued at $70.

On February 2, Lewis broke into the house of Susan Stapleton of Glen and managed to escape with items valued over $4,000. Three days later, he was back to his old tricks. This time, Lewis went to Harmony Hall and broke into the home of Irvia Haynes and stole articles valued at over $3,000. He also stole BD$37 and US$850.

Prosecutor Inspector Nigel Butcher made an application to the court that Lewis’s sentencing should take place at the High Court.

Unfortunately, none of the items were recovered.(KW)



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