Man trespassed at car dealerships
A 48-year-old man admitted to trespassing at multiple car dealerships in Magistrates’ Court this morning.
Andrew Arorash, of Pembroke, pleaded guilty to five counts of trespassing.
The court heard that the incidents took place at Bermuda Motors, located on Church Street, Eurocar, on Woodlands Road, and Rayclan, located on Addendum Lane.
The incidents took place between June 29 and July 11.
In each case, multiple cars were entered at each location. Nothing was stolen.
Prosecutor Cindy Clarke told the court that Arorash had an “extensive correction history” and was on probation at the time of the incidents.
Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo remanded Arorash in custody to Mental Health Court.
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