Theft accused Jamar Kevin Lee Blackman, of no fixed place of abode, has claimed that while his fingerprints were found in a stolen motorcar he was not the one who took it.
Blackman was not required to plead to the indictable charge that he stole the $40,000 vehicle and a $300 key belonging to Debra Nicholls on August 27.
Station Sergeant Carrison Henry objected to his bail based on his antecedents which showed he had a history of committing such offences, fears that he would interfere with the witness whom he knows as well as the seriousness of the offence.
In his application for bail, Blackman told Magistrate Douglas Frederick that he has appeared in court every time he was granted bail although he did not have any matters pending at this time.
“I tell them who it is that take away the car . . . because the people that do it does come around me. I end up borrowing the car to go for ice . . . that is how my fingerprints get on the car,” Blackman told the magistrate before he was remand to HMP Dodds until