A porter was on Thursday remanded to prison by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan after he appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to a simple larceny charge. Junior Robinson, 24, initially pleaded guilty with explanation, but his plea was changed following his explanation. It is alleged that between May 15 and May 16, 2018 while at Water Front, Port Kaituma, North West District, he stole four excavator bucket pins and two junction boxes valued $809,000, property of Edward Rodrigues.According to the prosecution’s case, on the days in question the stolen items were displayed in a glass case in front of the Virtual Complainant’s business place. The items were subsequently stolen, and a report was made to the Police. Following an investigation, some of the items were recovered. Robinson was subsequently arrested and charged after CCTV footage reportedly showed that he was the person removing the items. In court on Thursday, Robinson told Chief Magistrate McLennan, “I don’t want to waste your time; I didn’t take his things.” Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield had no objections to bail being granted. Robinson was remanded to prison, and the matter would continue on June 27, 2018.
Turbo training classes will be taking place at Ferris Fast Cycles, and will begin Tuesday, Feb.28, with the second session being held on Thursday, March.1.After a couple training sessions, the Club will be holding the first race of the 2012 season. Racers will begin this year’s season on Sunday, March.4 in a Baldonnel pavement road race.The race will begin at the Baldonnel School, and will run 18 km to the paved road and back. The race will begin at 2 p.m. and racers should expect a crisp -2 degrees.- Advertisement -The next race will be held on March.11.This year the Blizzard Bike Club will be celebrating its 30th year in existence, as cycling enthusiasts started it back in 1983.