Man Denies Robbery Using Imitation Firearm

August 1, 2016

In today’s Supreme Court Arraignments, Kenneth Wade pleaded not guilty to committing a robbery and using an imitation firearm to commit an indictable.

Both charges arose from the alleged robbery of Vera P Card’s shop on Water Street in St George’s on 22nd June this year.

St Georges Robbery Bermuda June 22 2016 (3)

The 20-year-old had originally been charged with the offence last month, where he was granted bail in the amount of $20,000 with a surety.

Wade’s defence counsel told Justice Charles-Etta Simmons that Wade had been unable to find someone who could or would put up $20,000 surety as part of Wade’s bail, and Wade had therefore remained in custody.

Wade must re-appear for Mention at the next Arraignment.

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