Man denies theft of car and driving dangerously
A man accused of the theft of a car owned by a Royal Bermuda Regiment soldier and of driving in a dangerous manner appeared in Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
Neko Cann, 44, pleaded not guilty to the theft of the car and a total of 19 other items owned by McLaren Smith on November 23 in Warwick.
The goods alleged to have been stolen had a total value of $5,045 and included several items of RBR equipment and an iPhone.
Mr Cann pleaded not guilty to driving the car dangerously in Sandys on the same day.
He also denied an attempt to buy $4 worth of goods with a stolen debit card at the Rubis gas station in Warwick on November 29.
Mr Cann pleaded not guilty to use of a stolen debit card to buy petrol from the same gas station as well as driving dangerously through Warwick and the central and eastern parishes on November 30.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe remanded Cann, of no fixed address, in custody and adjourned the case until January 11.
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