A 30-year-old man, of no fixed place of abode, will be able to call Dodds prison his home for the next nine months after owning up to theft.
Today, Andre Omar Mullins pleaded guilty before Magistrate Douglas Frederick to stealing a $325 cellular phone and a $30 speaker belonging to Thrishan Barrow.
The offence occurred on September 18 while Barrow was not at home.
However, the items were discovered missing the following day and Barrow immediately went searching for Mullins who was allowed to visit her home.
He initially denied taking the items. However, after the matter was reported to police Mullins reportedly told lawmen he took the items because he was angry over the manner in which Barrow was treating him.
For this crime, Mullins was sentenced to three months in prison.
However, he will have to spend nine months in total for violating the terms of a six-month suspended sentence imposed on him in back in July.
He was also ordered to undergo drug rehabilitation while at HMP Dodds.