Farmer placed on $100,000 bail on Break and Entry Larceny and charge


A farmer of Wismar Linden has been placed on $100,000 bail over a Break and Enter and Larceny charge.
The 56-year-old man appeared before Magistrate Ann McLennan on Wednesday, September 29 at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court where Neville Corbin pleaded not guilty to both counts of the charge. The accused and the first victim, Cedrica Wilson agreed on the first offence where he compensated her in the sum of $15,000 and the matter was dismissed.
However, that was not the case for victim number two. He was placed on bail in the sum of $100,000 for the second offence and is required to report every second Thursday of the month to the Wismar Police Station.
The accused was arrested and charge by the police for committing the offence of two counts of Break and Enter and Larceny committed on the dwelling houses of the two victims.


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