Only last December 10, Andrew Sylvester Moore walked out of Her Majesty’s Prison, Dodds, St Philip, after completing a prison sentence. However he returned there yesterday having been remanded after pleading not guilty to theft.
The charge against Moore, 44, of no fixed place of abode, is that on January, 29, 2019, he stole a pair of sunglasses belonging to Anderson Wood.
In objecting to bail, Prosecutor, PC Kenmore Phillips noted that if granted bail, Moore would re-offend, adding that he ended a prison term last December.
Acting Magistrate Anika Jackson noted that his conviction card started in 1992 and the most recent offence was in January last year.
He pointed to his head suggesting that he had a mental problem, but the acting magistrate said she had seen his theatrics on entering the court and told him he would get assistance at the prison.