There was no guessing where a 30-year-old would spend his Easter weekend after he appeared in court accused of committing 13 offences in three jurisdictions.
Of them Lamar Keelan Eversley, of Vauxhall, Christ Church admitted guilt to five before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today. They were committed in the District ‘A’ jurisdiction.
The unemployed man pleaded guilty to damaging a motorcar belonging to Philip Garnes between October 29 and 30, 2018 as well as stealing a $100 ashtray and $10 cash belonging to Jamaala Fagon; a $100 ashtray and $3.50 belonging to Laura Nicholls; a $14 book and $5 cash belonging to Perry Dennis. He was also charged with loitering on the premises of Grantley Ifill with cause to suspect that he was about to commit theft. Those offences occurred between March 21 and April 6, 2019.
The accused will return before Cuffy-Sargeant in the No. 2 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on May 13 when he is expected to be sentenced.
He is also scheduled to appear in the District ‘B’ Oistins Magistrates’ Court on April 24 where he will face five charges, which were allegedly committed between March 4 and 13, 2019.
Eversley is accused of stealing a number of grocery items worth $190.74 belonging to Elbert Edey; stealing $35 cash, a $20 wallet and a $30 pair of glasses belonging to Golbourne Niles; stealing a $300 car radio belonging to Dale Lovell and robbing Frederick Gibson of $125 cash.
He was not required to plead to the charges.
On April 25 he will also make an appearance in the District ‘B’ Boarded Hall Magistrates’ Court on three charges.
He is alleged to have entered the I-Mart stores as a trespasser on March 9 and stealing two packages of sliced ham worth $14.40 while armed with a sword as well as stealing a number of items belonging to the same establishment on the same date worth $206. 40
Eversley is further accused of entering Aeon Bar and Grill as a trespasser on April 12 and stealing a $300 tablet and $400 cash belonging to Michael Cobham.
He was also not required to enter pleas to those offences.