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Male, female duo charged with a string of burlaries

Male, female duo charged with a string of burlaries

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St Clair Billy, 41, labourer of Gibson Corner/Georgetown and Meshalannie Simmonett, 18, unemployed woman of Edinboro were remanded in custody after they were arrested and charged with a string of burglaries.{{more}}

The duo appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court on Monday, August 15, and were jointly charged with three counts of burglary.

They were charged for entering the dwelling house of Sheldon Homer of Cane Garden/USA and stealing a quantity of items valued at $4,963 on August 11, 2011. They were also charged for entering the apartment of Quincy Lewis, 29, businessman of Murray’s Village and stealing items valued at $3,600 and damaging a metal door valued at $829 at Gibson Corner on July 30, 2011.

The duo was again charged for entering the Dr Cecil Cyrus Musuem and stealing items valued at $6,988, the property of Mark Cyrus, Music producer of New Montrose. They also are accused of stealing one Aiwa stereo valued at $1300 and one Quartz clock valued at $80, property of Dr Cecil Cyrus, at New Montrose on July 31, 2011.

The pair pleaded guilty to some of the charges and were remanded in custody for sentencing. St Clair Billy, 41, labourer of Gibson Corner/Georgetown and Meshalannie Simmonett, 18, unemployed woman of Edinboro were remanded in custody after they were arrested and charged with a string of burglaries.

The duo appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court on Monday, August 15, and were jointly charged with three counts of burglary.

They were charged for entering the dwelling house of Sheldon Homer of Cane Garden/USA and stealing a quantity of items valued at $4,963 on August 11, 2011. They were also charged for entering the apartment of Quincy Lewis, 29, businessman of Murray’s Village and stealing items valued at $3,600 and damaging a metal door valued at $829 at Gibson Corner on July 30, 2011.

The duo was again charged for entering the Dr Cecil Cyrus Musuem and stealing items valued at $6,988, the property of Mark Cyrus, Music producer of New Montrose. They also are accused of stealing one Aiwa stereo valued at $1300 and one Quartz clock valued at $80, property of Dr Cecil Cyrus, at New Montrose on July 31, 2011.

The pair pleaded guilty to some of the charges and were remanded in custody for sentencing.

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