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Dec 24, 2009

Alvin Flowers charged for burglary at resort

Story PictureThe Supreme Court is in recess for the end of year holidays but in the Magistrates’ Court, a construction worker of Burrell Boom Village was charged for a burglary at Black Orchid Lodge that occurred on October twentieth. Twenty-eight year old Alvin Flowers was arraigned for Burglary and Handling Stolen Goods offences after police investigations led them to where he had hidden some of the stolen items. Chief Magistrate Margaret Gabb McKenzie offered him bail of six thousand dollars, which he met by eleven o’clock this morning. The crime was initially reported by owner of Black Orchid Lodge, Douglas Thompson, who suffered a loss of thirty-three thousand, five hundred and seventy dollars. That included an electronic, assorted jewelry and cash, of which items valuing twenty-five thousand dollars were recovered from Flowers. Nineteen year old Lane Grinage was also charged on November second in connection with the same burglary. They are both to return to court on January twenty-first 2010.

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