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Man accused of trespassing in multiple homes

A Warwick man was this morning charged with trespassing in three homes and prowling about a fourth.

Coltrane Ratteray, 49, was not required to plea as the matters are indictable and must be heard by the Supreme Court.

Prosecutors alleged that Mr Ratteray entered a Warwick home as a trespasser on the evening of April 28 with the intent of stealing and causing bodily harm.

About two weeks later, on May 14, the Crown allege that he prowled around one home on Spring Hill Close before entering another as a trespasser.

The final charge relates to an incident on May 18, for which he was again charged with entering as a trespasser in a Warwick home.

Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo remanded Mr Ratteray into custody until July 1, when he is set to appear in the monthly arraignments session.

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Magistrates Court (photo by Glenn Tucker)

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Published May 26, 2016 at 12:37 pm (Updated May 26, 2016 at 3:34 pm)

Man accused of trespassing in multiple homes

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