Youth freed on larceny charge

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Five years after he was he was wrapped up in the theft of a vehicle, the charge of receiving the grey Nissan Almera valued at
$15,000 was dismissed in the High Court against Jamil George before Justice Iain Morley.
The accused and Steve “Crypto” Urlings Jr were jointly charge with receiving and larceny of the car belonging to Davia Stevens some time between September 13 and 14, 2011 at Liberta.
The car had been stolen from outside of the home of a cousin of the virtual complainant.
Stevens, who had been residing in St Croix for two years before the theft, left the vehicle she had bought with her relative who maintained it in her absence.
On the evening of September 13, 2011, the cousin reported that he parked the Almera outside his home at about 8:30 pm and went inside is home, where he retired to bed.
Upon his return to where he parked the vehicle, approximately 12 hours later, the relative discovered the car was gone.
The man contacted police since he did not give anyone permission to take the vehicle.
George and Urlings Jr were subsequently taken into custody and George claimed he was given the vehicle by his co-accused.
Urlings Jr admitted guilt before Justice Morley and George was set free after the Crown offered no evidence against him.
His co-accused was further remanded to prison where he is facing a murder charge for the death of 18-year-old Albert “Pressure Man” Browne, who was gunned down in an alley on September 1, 2014.
Browne, nephew of Prime Minister Gaston Browne, became the country’s 10th murder victim for 2014 when he was shot multiple times in Booby Alley, in the Point.

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