A man has denied stealing over $70,000 from an ATM during a break-in at a grocery store in 2012.
Reno Brown, 32, of Homestead Street, appeared before Magistrate Kara Turnquest-Deveaux yesterday charged with shop breaking, stealing and causing damage.
Prosecutors allege that Brown broke into Super Value in the Prince Charles Shopping Center between July 17 and 18 and stole $72,640 from Commonwealth Bank. Brown allegedly caused $30,895 in damage to the banking machine.
Brown elected a trial in the Magistrate’s Court and pleaded not guilty to all charges.
His trial is set to begin on November 17.
Turnquest-Deveaux denied Brown bail. However, he can seek bail in the Supreme Court.
Another man accused of shop breaking and stealing was also denied bail yesterday.
Anfernee Adderley, 25, of Wrights Lane, Fox Hill, is accused of stealing a Generac generator and two televisions, with a total value of $3,325, from Nassau Tyre and Battery on September 14.
Adderley denied the charges when he appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.