A teenager, who confessed to going on a burglary spree over the past two months, has been remanded to HMP Dodds.
Seventeen-year-old Stephan Davidson Freeman, of no fixed place of abode, pleaded guilty to loitering on Judith Benskin’s premises on April 19 with a view to committing burglary.
Appearing before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court Monday, Freeman also owned up to entering the home of Sonia Clarke between April 22 and 23 as a trespasser and stealing a $25 bag belonging to the homeowner.
On April 25, the self-confessed burglar visited Carolyn Austin’s home, giving cause for persons to believe that he was about to commit another burglary. He would later enter the home of Gale Wiltshire as a trespasser, sometime between April 25 and 26, and steal a $50 handbag belonging to Alexandria Carter.
Freeman’s next stop on his burglary spree was Teresha Emillen’s home where he made off with a $50 handbag and a pair of scissors worth $10 on May 8.
And before he could be caught, Freeman would enter Veldeneen Pitt’s home as a trespasser between June 10 and 11, stealing a $90 handbag, a $6 purse and $285 in cash. He also stole a $1,100 cellular phone belonging to Phillar Alleyne from the National Assistance Board on June 13.
The teen will be sentenced on July 17 after the facts of his offences are outlined in court.