A 28-year-old man has been remanded to prison after pleading not guilty before Magistrate Douglas Frederick to alleged robbery.
Jamar Romel Crichlow, of Lears
Gap, St Michael, is accused of stealing $485 in cash, as well as a $350 cellular phone belonging to David Goodridge on January 21.
Although he denied the offence, Sergeant Rudy Pilgrim objected to Crichlow’s bail on the grounds that he was already on bail for two other offences.
The prosecutor also cited the nature and seriousness of the offence as reasons why the accused should be held in lawful custody.
However, in his application for release, Crichlow acknowledged that he had two charges pending for which he was previously granted bail. However, he said he was “going to try and get some help” if released.
His application was denied and he was sent off to HMP Dodds until April 12.