Chef charged with two break-ins in one night in St Elizabeth
Twenty-six-year-old Dameko Sinclare, otherwise called ‘Grimmy’, a chef of Grange Hill, Westmoreland, has been charged with shop breaking, larceny and burglary following investigations into two incidents in Lacovia, St Elizabethearlier this week.
In the first incident at about 5 pm on Monday, October 26, the complainant securely locked up his business place and left.
He was later alerted about a break-in at the business place.
After investigating, he realised that the front grille to the establishment had been cut and several items with an estimated value of $102,440 had been stolen.
In the second incident a few hours later, at about 3:15 am on Tuesday, October 27, a woman returned home to find that her grille and door were open.
She made checks and found that several items valued at approximately $100,000 were missing.
Police investigators quickly followed leads after the incidents were reported, and Sinclare was picked up later on Tuesday, October 27.
He was charged on Wednesday, October 28, and is scheduled to appear in the St Elizabeth Parish Court in Santa Cruz on Monday, November 2.