A 28-year-old man has been remanded to HMP Dodds for allegedly burglarizing several homes, including that of former Acting Governor General Sir Philip Greaves.
Rashad Kemar Moore, of Vauxhall, Christ Church, is accused of committing 21 criminal offences, in three jurisdictions, between December 2017 and June this year, while allegedly in possession of several weapons, including a firearm.
When he appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today he was not required to plea to the indictable offences which occurred in the District ‘A’ jurisdiction.
Moore is charged with entering, as a trespasser, the home of Trevor Carrington on February 16 and stealing several items totaling $1,180 belonging to Andrew Carrington; the home of Rosemary Grant-Moseley on May 22 and stealing items belonging to her and Jamaal Moseley worth $2,120 while armed with a firearm.
It is also alleged that on June 1, Moore entered the home of Rosche Chandler as a trespasser together with other persons, stealing $23,598 in items while armed with a firearm, a hammer and a knife. He is also accused on the same date, of unlawfully wounding Chandler with intent to maim, disfigure or disable her or to do some serious bodily harm to her.
The accused allegedly continued his criminal spree in the District ‘B’ jurisdiction sometime between January 9 and 10 when he entered the home of Gale Pierre and stole 35 bottles of alcohol and other items worth $6,140.
Sir Philip reportedly became his next victim on February 17 when the accused allegedly burglarized his home and stole a bottle of brandy worth $320 and a pair of cufflinks worth $200. On the same date, he is accused of entering Yvonne Franklyn’s home and stealing $2,000 worth in property.
A month later, on March 9, he entered the home of Kerry Trotman and stole items belonging to the homeowner and Robert Carter totaling $27, 249.
Moore is also accused of stealing $1,710 in items from the home of Donna Atherley on December 12, 2017.
In the District ‘B’ jurisdiction, it is alleged that between January 3 an 16 he entered the home of Lee and Princess Johnson and stole $17, 874. 51 in items while armed with a firearm and a piece of metal. He is further accused of robbing Emmerson Trotman of $3,250 worth of items while he was armed with a firearm, as well as stealing a cash tin, $5,000 in cash belonging to the Golden Sands Hotel and $900 in cash belonging to Cricket Franchise Barbados while armed with a firearm in the Ixora Restaurant.
He is further accused of placing eight people in danger of death or serious bodily harm when he allegedly dischared a firearm in the aforementioned hotel.
Sergeant Cameron Gibbons objected to bail for the accused, who returns before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant on July 12, on the grounds that most of the offences committed fell under the Firearms Act.
Before that he will appear in the Oistins Magistrates’ Court on June 19 and the District ‘B’ Magistrates’ Court on June 21.