Magistrate sends man off to prison on drug, trespassing charges
Created : 21 March 2020
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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