Belmont man in court for stealing CNC3 anchor's car
The man accused of stealing the vehicle belonging to CNC3 anchor Khamal Georges was denied bail when he appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Tuesday.
The 38-year-old man from Belmont has since been remanded into police custody.
Gamal Waldron, 38, a labourer of Layan Hill, Belmont was charged with larceny motor vehicle when he appeared before Magistrate Nizam Khan, in the Port of Spain 11th Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
The matter was adjourned to September 11, 2018.
Georges reported to the St. James Police that around 2:05am last Thursday, he was confronted at gunpoint by two men, outside his home, who then stole his Kia Sportage motor vehicle and other valuables.
The vehicle was recovered hours later at the Bath Street Plannings, during an anti-crime exercise.
However, it was again stolen from the Besson Street Police Station on that same day.
The vehicle was again recovered a day later by officers of the Port of Spain Division Task Force, at Roget Place, off St. Barbs Road, Belmont.
Investigations led by Snr. Supt. (Ag.) Ajith Persad of the Port of Spain Criminal Investigations Department (CID) resulted in one man being arrested in the Belmont district in connection with the theft.
Waldron was charged by ASP (Ag.) Anderson Pariman, also of POS CID on Monday.
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