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Tearful chef remanded


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A 50-year-old chef was reduced to tears yesterday when he learnt he would he going to HMP Dodds.

Patrick O’neal Collymore, of 3rd Avenue Holders Land, Brandons, St Michael, was not required to plead that on Wednesday he had six .32 bullets without a licence.

He was also not required to plead to entering Etwyn Blackett/Humphrey’s home between July 13 and September 28 and stealing a desk, three stands, eight tables, four chairs, a living room set, a dining set, a chest of drawers, and a bookshelf, of total worth $19 700, and belonging to the complainant.

The alleged offence occurred in the Holetown, St James jurisdiction. (RA)


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