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Men granted bail after stealing cable wires by ALTHEA BURRELL

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Two of four men were granted bail when they appeared in the Spanish town resident magistrate court charged with simple larceny.


The crowne  outlined that on the day in question Paul Lugg, Stanford Sibbles, Errol McLean and Alden Hutchinson were observed at 5am stealing cable wires.


They were approached by the police where the men fled in a motor vehicle. They were pursued and later intercepted with the cable wires in the vehicle.


All four accused were represented by Earl Hamilton who told senior Resident Magistrate Lyle Armstrong ”this slackness ought to stop. I'm resurrecting myself and this foolishness has to end.


The wrath of Mr. Hamilton was the fact that the men were arrested from March 28, 2016 and made their second court appearance without their file being present.


Upon granting bail Mrs. Kellier, clerk of court stated an objection in bail being granted for Lugg who was on bail for a murder charge and Sibbles who had a simple larceny case in St. Thomas.


RM Armstrong then granted bail to McLean and Hutchinson in the sum of $45,000 with surety. Both men are to report to the Spanish town police on Wednesdays between the hours of 8am and 6pm.


All four men fingerprints were ordered along with their CIB report. They return to court on June 14, 2016.

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