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Man stole $1,400 of food and drink from hotel

A 51-year-old Sandys man who initially denied stealing nearly $1,400 worth of food and drink from Fairmont Southampton changed his plea to guilty.

Randolph Davis was charged in May and released on bail for trial in Magistrates' Court yesterday.

The Field View Lane resident admitted stealing a case of sour cream and onion Pringles, a case of Kit Kat chocolates, a 5lb case of Snickers, a case of M&Ms, two 30lb cases of chicken legs and two cases of Evian on April 6.

He further denied stealing four cases of Nirvana water, a case of apple juice, threes cases of Coke, two 50lb boxes of potatoes, three 35-gallon bottles of vegetable oil, ten 4lb bags of sugar, a case of Planters peanuts, two cases of snapper, a case of tuna, six boxes of breaded chicken wings, a 5kg block of cheddar cheese and 12 bottles of Dole juice.

A social inquiry report was ordered before sentencing on October 8. The defendant's bail was extended.

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Published August 28, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated August 28, 2013 at 12:17 am)

Man stole $1,400 of food and drink from hotel

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