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New Montrose resident charged with burglarizing Quick Cash

New Montrose  resident charged with burglarizing Quick Cash


New Montrose resident Kirt Stapleton has once again found himself on the wrong side of the law.{{more}}

Stapleton 26, labourer, who was out on bail in connection with the June 21, 2013 burglary of the Georgetown branch of the General Employees Co-operative Credit Union (GECCU), was hauled before the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court yesterday for allegedly burglarizing another financial institution.

This time, he is charged with breaking and entering the Quick Cash Corporation and stealing $2,994.79 between October 9 and 10, 2013.

He was also charged with damaging two wooden doors, the property of Quick Cash, valued at $1,500.

He pleaded not guilty to both charges.

The prosecution objected to his bail on the grounds that the offences were allegedly committed while he was on bail.

Magistrate Rechanne Browne-Matthias upheld the objection and Stapleton was not granted bail.

The matter is set for hearing on Friday.

The GECCU matter is yet to be heard.