Sunday 12 July, 2020

Magistrate sends man off to prison on drug, trespassing charges

Kyle Archer (FILE)

Kyle Archer (FILE)

Kyle Archer will spend the next three years at Her Majesty's Prison Dodds.

He faced a series of charges when he went before Magistrate Graveney Bannister at St Matthias Court in Christ Church today (March 21).

By himself, Archer was charged: 

1. That he on March 11, 2020, did have in his possession a controlled drug - cannabis.
2. That he on December 1, 2019, entered as a trespasser the dwelling house of Carl Greenidge with intent to commit an arrestable offence - theft.

Appearing this morning, Archer got three months in prison for the cannabis charge and three years in prison for Breaking and Entering at Greenidge's house.

He also faces a murder charge.

He was jointly charged with three others that between March 5, 2020, and March 11, 2020, they murdered Basil
Springer. Springer, a postman by profession, was reported missing on March 5, 2020, and his decomposing body was retrieved from a well at Chelston Culloden Road on March 11, 2020.

And thirdly, as part of a duo with Leeann King, he was jointly charged:
1. That they on February 9, 2020, robbed Stephen Holder of property total value $1,304.00.
2. That they on January 20, 2020, robbed David Herbert of a motor van and other property total value $35,950.00.

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