Thief demonstrate skills in court while another begs magistrate for prayers

first_img Share Tweet While one man demonstrated to police officers his “breaking and opening” skills, another has requested “prayers” from a magistrate.Forty-four (44) your old Cline Williams of Wallhouse has been slapped with three charges of theft in three separate instances and was given three prison sentences which will run concurrently.Williams who appeared to have been on a spree on the morning of 29th June, 2012 pleaded guilty to all three charges.The defendant is said to have broken into one vehicle and stole “one black side bag along with other contents valued at $195.00.In another incident he stole one black and white HP laptop valued at $1,700.00 and one gray radio shack scientific calculator, gold ring and cassette tape among items valued at $540.00 in another incident.According to police prosecutor Claude Weekes, Williams was spotted by a police officer entering a vehicle in Canefield about 2:20 the morning of June 29th.The officer called the police station to make a report and officers were dispatched.Williams was intercepted near the Catholic Church in Canefield by the other officers while the officer who reported the incident pursued him.A search was conducted and the items were found in the defendant’s possession.Williams told the officers; “I can bring you in all transports I take them” and pointed out the different vehicles and stated what he had stolen from each of them.After being arrested he told the officers “all I looking for is something for me to sell to get clothes and food”.In mitigation, William who is said to be known to the court told the magistrate that he was “homeless”.Magistrate Evelina Baptiste told Williams that “people of this country must be allowed to leave their things in their home without people like you coming to take them”.He was ordered to serve one year for the theft of the lap top, six months for theft of the items valued at $195.00 and eight months for theft of the items valued at $540.00.Meanwhile, psychiatric evaluation and a six months prison sentence have been ordered for twenty nine year old Jevon Waters of Bath Road.He was charged for carrying an offensive weapon, [a knife] on High Street on 1st July, 2012 and pleaded guilty.Walters who informed the court that he was “representing” himself, told magistrate Baptiste he should “not” be sent to prison because he “needed prayers”.Magistrate Baptiste informed him that she wasn’t a “priest”.He then asked her to find him a job saying he was good at “singing and writing”.In a final attempt to save himself from going to prison Walter who appeared to be “troubled” said his previous “conviction” had led to him getting involved in “masturbation”.Psychiatric evaluation was ordered and he is to return to court on July 16th.Dominica Vibes News 11 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!center_img LocalNews Thief demonstrate skills in court while another begs magistrate for prayers by: – July 3, 2012 Share Sharelast_img

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