Man accused of breach of lockdown
A man was remanded in custody today after he was charged with breaches of probation and the shelter in place regulations.
Junius Caines, 51, was alleged in Magistrates’ Court to have broken his probation order by taking illegal drugs sometime between March 10 and March 19.
Mr Caines, from Devonshire, was also accused of leaving his home on April 6 in contravention of emergency restrictions.
Mr Caines did not enter pleas as the case must be heard in the Supreme Court.
Magistrate Tyrone Chin adjourned the case until May 1.
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