Two men accused of stealing a vehicle last month each granted bail at $5,000


Tribune Staff Reporter


TWO men were ordered to pay $5,000 bail yesterday after they were accused of stealing a car last month.

Acting Chief Magistrate Roberto Reckley charged Lenin Poitier, 28, and Kevon Coleby, 33, with stealing and receiving.

The two allegedly stole a $2,500 gold coloured 2006 Nissan Bluebird from Emelson Edouard on September 16 in New Providence. The two were accused of being found with the stolen vehicle on September 27.

After pleading not guilty, the accused were informed that they must sign in at a police station twice monthly.

The defendants’ trial begins on November 6.

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