A Green Bay man, who was charged on Wednesday by the police for a series of House Breaking and Larceny and Attempted Breaking, was convicted in the Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
18yrs-old Rashard Peters of Green Bay appeared in the St. Johns Magistrate’s Court before Chief Magistrate Walsh and pleaded guilty to charges of Attempted Breaking and Breaking and Larceny and was convicted and sentenced to 3yrs in prison. His is to serve consecutive sentence.
The Court heard that on 19th of January, he broke into the dwelling home of a Green Bay woman and stole one Samsung tablet, one 13 inch flat screen television, one Kodak Digital camera, a quantity of shoes to include; one pair of Nike Air Jordan Sneaker, a pair Adidas Shell-toe Sneaker, one Nike slipper, a travelling bag, and a Rockaway Hoodie sweatshirt.
The following day he went back to the said home and attempted to break into it, but was apprehended and taken into to custody by Grays Farm Police.
Several other charges are expected in the coming days since he has confessed to well over a dozen other House Breaking and Larceny and Attempted Breaking in the Grays Farm District.
Peters was recently released from Her Majesty’s Prison, having served time for House Breaking and Larceny.
Meantime, the police are appealing to members of the public, who may have been approached or offered items for sale, suspected of being stolen, to contact the Grays Farm Police Station at 462-0481 or the Criminal Investigations Department at 462-3913\14.