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Jan 5, 2017

Ex-Brodies’ Deliveryman Charged for Theft from Store

Frederick Sutherland

Twenty-year-old Frederick Sutherland, a former deliveryman for James Brodie and Company, was dragged to court today on a single charge of theft.  It is alleged that the fisherman of East Collet Canal made off with an assortment of food items from the Northern Highway store.  Those items include cases of Nestum Wheat and Honey, Cerelac, Lactogen and Klim, all to a sum of approximately five thousand dollars.  In a statement given to police, Sutherland’s former manager, Julio Gonzalez, reported that several invoices for the previously mentioned items indicated that when checks were made into the delivery of the goods, nothing had been delivered.  He appeared unrepresented before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer today where he pleaded not guilty to the charge.  Since there was no objection, he was offered and met bail in the sum of five thousand dollars, plus one surety of the same amount.

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1 Response for “Ex-Brodies’ Deliveryman Charged for Theft from Store”

  1. timber says:

    Not to say what he did was right, but we have to wake up in this country and some of you poor, black, ignorant illiterate cruffy see what’s going on and how this government views you. Drunken Alfonso Noble kills a man and refuses to give a specimen sample and walks out of court with a $5,000 bail and this young man steals and has to meet the same requirements. I visited Belize for the Xmas and it’s depressing. 2017 ought to be interesting.

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