Vehicle battery stealer gets small fine

first_img Share Share 21 Views   no discussions Photo credit: autovisuals.comYamada Parker of Marigot has been fined $1000.00 for stealing a battery from his employer.Parker was arrested and charged for theft of a vehicle battery from his employer sometime between 30th July and 31st August, 2012.During investigation into the incident, Parker informed the police that the battery had been in his possession for at least five months. He was arrested on suspicion of theft and taken into custody at the Marigot Police Station.When questioned by Police, Parker informed officers that the item was not stolen.“I did not really steal the battery; it was there so I took it“If I wanted to steal it I would hide it,” he said.As part of his mitigation plea, Parker was given the opportunity to apologize to his supervisor.“I ask you to forgive me and I will never do it again,” he stated. Magistrate Candia Carette- George issued a very stern warning to the defendant and reminded him of the need to respect the property of others.“If someone says to you cannot have or take, don’t do it “I can see the embarrassment on your face and know that it will not be done again,” she said.Given that it was his first offence, Parker received a small fine which must be paid by 31st January, 2013 or in default of payment will serve two months imprisonment. Dominica Vibes News Tweetcenter_img Share LocalNews Vehicle battery stealer gets small fine by: – December 12, 2012 Sharing is caring!last_img read more

Dropping Temperatures Spark Emergency Calls

first_imgNelson: “Watch the roads, like the other morning we had that accident out by the landfill. Lots of cars involved in that one, luckily no injuries. During the day things are melting and at night they’re freezing over so that leads to slick roads in the morning,e specially on side roads. Definitely keep an eye for that stuff, remember your defensive driving and leave a little extra time in the mornings.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Central Emergency Services enjoyed an extraordinarily quiet winter, but with temperatures dropping Safety Officer Brad Nelson said there’s been an increase in residential and highway emergencies…last_img

Meet Bristol Flyers players at John Lewis pop-up store

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Tipp give best to Cork in Munster Minor Camogie

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