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Horsepath youth accused of Jewellery Box burglary

- Confesses to damaging glass window of jewellery store
ovanie Richardson, 20, of Horsepath pleaded guilty to damaging one glass window but denied a charge of burglary when he appeared before Senior Magistrate Tamia Richards on October 11, 2013. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Jovanie Richardson, 20, of Horsepath pleaded guilty to damaging one glass window but denied a charge of burglary when he appeared before Senior Magistrate Tamia Richards on October 11, 2013.

The defendant, who was unrepresented at the time of his arraignment, was charged with damaging the glass window of the Jewellery Box store located on Main Street and allegedly making off with 18 pairs of silver earrings late last year.

The court heard that the damaged glass was valued $250 while the silver earrings were valued $350.

According to the complaint read in court, Richardson allegedly committed the offences between October 29 and November 1, 2012.

Prosecutor Annjel Flax-Solomon told the court the Crown would proceed with a trial against the defendant following his not guilty plea on the burglary charge.

Richardson will return to court on November 11, 2013 when his trial is expected to get underway.

14 Responses to “Horsepath youth accused of Jewellery Box burglary”

  • what (13/10/2013, 08:54) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    come on young people u all need to stop this its not nice
    • ccc (13/10/2013, 11:31) Like (4) Dislike (17) Reply
      but there is no jobs what you want them to do?
      • Vance (13/10/2013, 12:20) Like (40) Dislike (3) Reply

        There are no jobs? There are over 60 jobs in the Beacon every single day. Hush your dumb ass with that foolishness. There are house keepers, waiters, dishwashers, gardeners, labourers, porters, cashiers, warehouse workers, messengers, receptionist, secrertaries and many other entry level posts. They're just damn lazy but don't worry, is either jail or cemetery let them keep up the f**ry!

      • Mick Mars (13/10/2013, 12:42) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
        Break into your house. That's the next course of action. Subsidize them, since they are "No Jobs" and you think this crap is a viable option.

      • Marie (15/10/2013, 08:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply

        There are jobs out there, even if they pay little money. These guys want instant big money and do not want to work for less. How come we have so many people from other places working here if that were the case. BVIlanders do not want to work for minimum wages but there are jobs out there.

  • big (13/10/2013, 12:49) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply

    giving trouble since school days so no surprise.

    • facts man (13/10/2013, 15:23) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
      The Poilice seems oddly diffident, if not outright apathetic to the rise in crime in the bvi
      • facepalm (14/10/2013, 09:44) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        ...and who do you think arrested him in the first place? and interviewed him? and built the case? and gathered intelligence on his acquaintances? The Big Sky Bunny? Why is Balo so full? "facts man" ? "foolishness man" more like.
    • y (06/12/2013, 11:09) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply

      hush yur stupid "ÂŁ$%^&

  • cay (13/10/2013, 15:04) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    what is this governemt doing about crime?
  • Binocs (13/10/2013, 15:13) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    To CCC, do your research on this Kid, he is a grown young man and need to pull his socks up.
    He was in a job.

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