An alleged burglar will spend another 28 days on remand at HMP Dodds and return to the No. 2 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on March 12.
Twenty-year-old Anthony Junior Bishop, of Chapman Village, St Thomas appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today on two criminal charges.
He however told the magistrate he was not guilty of entering the Special Olympics Barbados Office as a trespasser and stealing 144 toothpaste and toothbrush kits, 90 pairs of shades, two pairs of scissors, 21 box juices, 20 packets of tea/coffee and a first aid kit all worth $3,111.80. He is also charged with stealing an internet extender worth $75. 64 when entered Arbor House also as a trespasser.
The offences were allegedly committed between January 3 and 14.
When he made his first appearance in another court the prosecutor there had objected to bail on several grounds. This afternoon District ‘A’ prosecutor Station Sergeant Cameron Gibbons strengthen those objections telling he magistrate, among other things, that the accused had a similar case pending in the court.
“The last time we sympathized with him now he finds himself before the court again,” the Crown’s representative stated.
However, Bishop asked Cuffy-Sargeant to grant him bail because “jail beating me bad”.
His application was denied.