Teen ordered to compensate woman after damaging and stealing parts from her car


Tribune Staff Reporter


AN 18-year-old youth was ordered to pay $2,760 to compensate a woman after admitting damaging and stealing parts from her car.

Magistrate Raquel Whyms charged Raynor Russell with stealing and receiving.

Russell allegedly stole $2,620.20 worth of car parts from a 2006 beige coloured Nissan March belonging to Kamille Paul on Emerald Ridge Road on November 2. During the same incident, Russell and his accomplices also caused $1,260 damage to the vehicle.

After pleading guilty, Russell was ordered to compensate the complainant $1,500 on the stealing charge. He risks three months in prison if he fails to pay. He was further ordered to compensate Ms Paul $1,260 for the damage to her car or face another three months in jail.

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