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Court: Man Pleads Guilty To Armed Robberies

Court: Man Pleads Guilty To Armed Robberies

Appearing in the Supreme Court Arraignments session today  [Nov 1], a 40-year-old man was remanded in custody after pleading guilty to charges involving armed robberies. Tio Weeks pleaded guilty to robbing Pasta Basta on two occasions, and to robbing the Wok; and doing so whilst using a firearm. The three robberies took place on 13 March, and 25 and... Read more of this article

Court: Tio Weeks Charged With Three Robberies

Court: Tio Weeks Charged With Three Robberies

Appearing in Magistrates Court, a 40-year-old man was remanded in custody after being charged in connection with three robberies. Tio Weeks was charged with offences involving robbery and the use of a firearm in doing so. The charges related to robberies that occurred in March and on two dates in September, and it was alleged that Weeks had gotten away... Read more of this article

39-Year-Old Man Admits Stealing Fishing Rod

39-Year-Old Man Admits Stealing Fishing Rod

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Oct 6], 39-year-old Tio Weeks pleaded guilty to stealing a $149 fishing rod and reel from the Marketplace store on Church Street in July 2015. The Crown Prosecutor told Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo that Weeks was caught on CCTV taking the rod and reel and leaving without paying. Shop staff unable to catch him... Read more of this article

Man Charged: Behaving In Threatening Manner

Man Charged: Behaving In Threatening Manner

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [June 9], 39-year-old Tio Weeks pleaded not guilty to behaving in a threatening manner towards two police officers by brandishing a 13” kitchen knife on 11th May. Senior Magistrate Juan Wolffe set trial for August and granted bail of $1,500. [Note: Due to legal reasons there are very specific rules about... Read more of this article

Counterfeit Money: Man Sentenced To 30 Days

Counterfeit Money: Man Sentenced To 30 Days

Tio Weeks was back before Senior Magistrate Archie Warner today [Dec 12], this time pleading guilty to a charge of passing a counterfeit $50 bill last month the Marketplace store on Church Street. He was sentenced to thirty days in prison, however it to run concurrently with his sentence he received earlier this month for assaulting a woman, meaning... Read more of this article

37-Yr-Old Jailed For Two Years After Assault

37-Yr-Old Jailed For Two Years After Assault

A 37 year old man who pleaded guilty to assaulting his ex-girlfriend appeared in Magistrates Court this morning [Dec 9] where he was sentenced to two years in prison. When Tio Weeks was given the opportunity to address the Magistrate, Weeks told Senior Magistrate Archie Warner: “Mr Warner, you just do what you gotta’ do.” The Senior Magistrate’s... Read more of this article

37 Yr Old Man Denies Using Counterfeit $50 Bill

37 Yr Old Man Denies Using Counterfeit $50 Bill

37-year-old Tio Weeks appeared in Magistrates Court today [Nov 28] where he pleaded not guilty to possessing and passing a $50 counterfeit Bermuda dollar bill on 18th November 2013 at the Marketplace store on Church Street. Magistrate Juan Wolffe granted Weekes $1,000 bail, required Weeks to find a Surety, and set trial for March 2014. Related... Read more of this article

Man Admits Threatening, Jailed For Two Months

Man Admits Threatening, Jailed For Two Months

Tio Weeks, 37, was sentenced to two months in jail after he pleaded guilty to threatening his girlfriend if she testified against him at trial. He has however been held on remand for the past two months, and his remand time has been taken into account. Crown Counsel Susan Mulligan told the court that last year the defendant punched Beverly Pitt in the... Read more of this article

Man Charged With Intimidating A Witness

Man Charged With Intimidating A Witness

This afternoon [Nov 30] Tio Weeks, 36, was in front of Senior Magistrate Archie Warner facing a charge of witness intimidation alleged to have occurred between September and November 2012. The charge  can only be tried in Supreme Court, so Mr Weeks was not required to enter a plea. The charge arose out of an aborted trial that started and then ended... Read more of this article