Trespasser begged outside grocery store
A 43-year-old man was bailed to attend mental health court this morning after pleading guilty to trespassing.
Anthony Tuzo, of Sandys, admitted to begging outside the MarketPlace on Somerset Road on April 4.
Magistrates’ Court heard that Tuzo had received a letter in February from MarketPlace advising that he was barred from company properties.
The court heard that Tuzo reappeared on the property several times after being asked to leave.
Tuzo apologised to the court for his actions.
He said: “I’m going through a little difficulty finding work.
“I’m willing to work — I’m a good worker.”
Magistrate Tyrone Chin released Tuzo on $500 bail.
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