Alleged DiveCarib Thieves Remanded To Prison


The three men charged in connection with a burglary at DiveCarib, in which more than $30,000 worth of equipment was stolen, have been remanded into custody.

Mauriceson Valentine, Dashaungh Richards and Alvin Goodwin appeared before St John’s Magistrate’s Court yesterday where they were remanded until May 20.

The men’s court appearance next week will determine whether or not they will be given bail.

Valentine, 19, of Potters Village, and Richards, 20, of Grays Farm, are jointly
charged with breaking in and larceny. Goodwin, 30, of Grays Farm, is charged with receiving stolen goods.

The shop owner discovered the items missing on Saturday 9th May, and made a report to Dockyard Police Station. Several searches were conducted by police officers attached to Dockyard, Liberta and All Saints Police Stations in Grays Farm, Potters and Swetes, where majority of the equipment were recovered and seized.

A trial is scheduled to begin on August 13.

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