Homeless man admits to stealing from major car dealer
A homeless man, who admitted breaking into Simpson Motors Limited and damaging a car, will return to court next month to be sentenced.
He is 39-year-old Corey Rondell Tull.
Tull appeared in the District 'A' Magistrates' Court today charged for without lawful excuse he damaged a motor car belonging to the dealership in Warrens, St Michael.
He is also accused of entering the building as a trespasser and stealing a charger, power bank belonging to Shane Brewster; a cellphone belonging to Rico Worrell; two tapes, one bottle of wipes, one can of Lysol, $20 in cash belonging to Jason Williams; three scissors, one can of Baygon, $10 in cash belonging to Nicholas Lashley and sixty key rings; a total value of $1595.
He admitted to the offences and was remanded until April 20 to hear facts ad sentencing.