Alleged robber freed on $4,000 bail
A man denied robbery and drug possession charges yesterday.
Gerald Green, 42, pleaded not guilty in Magistrates’ Court to the theft of a gold chain and pendant worth more than $2,800 from Ronald Trott on July 11 in Pembroke.
Mr Green also pleaded not guilty to the possession of diamorphine on July 27 in Pembroke.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe released Mr Green, from St George’s, on $4,000 bail and ordered him to have no contact with Mr Trott.
He adjourned the case until December 19.
The court also heard that Mr Green had a total of $2,190 in unpaid traffic fines.
Mr Wolffe ordered him to pay a $340 speeding fine by January 7 next year and a $350 fine for riding an unlicensed motorbike by January 31.
He also ordered Mr Green to pay a $1,500 fine for driving without insurance by April 30 next year.
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