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Nov 16, 2012

Second accused church burglar is sent behind bars

Tyrone Fitzgibbon

A second suspect has been charged for the burglary of Mount Olive Seventh Day Adventist Church between October twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth. Twenty-eight year old Ronald Gill was charged within a few days of the incident and today, twenty-three year old Tyrone Fitzgibbon joined him behind bars.  Fitzgibbon was arraigned for Burglary before Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer and pleaded not guilty to the charge. He was denied bail and has been remanded to prison until December eighteenth, when he will reappear in court along with Gill. Allegations are that the two entered the church premises and stole a number of speakers, tape recorders and other equipment that amounted to two thousand, seven hundred and ninety dollars. Deacon Michael Silver Caine reported to police that the break-in took place between eight-thirty p.m. on October twenty-fifth and twelve-o-five a.m. on the twenty-sixth.

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