Man denies stealing bikes
A man denied a string of bike-related crimes yesterday.
Wayne Simmons Jr, 30, pleaded not guilty in Magistrates’ Court to possession of a tool for theft and causing damage to a motorcycle on June 6 in Pembroke. He also denied stealing a motorcycle on May 24.
The court heard that the alleged offences happened while Mr Simmons was on bail for a similar offence in April.
Mr Simmons, from St George’s, also denied taking a bike on March 8, riding while impaired, and refusing a breath test.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe remanded Mr Simmons in custody for the charges from May and June, but said bail would be discussed at his next appearance on January 13. He set bail of $3,000 for the March allegations.
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