Hungry burglar samples bread and cheese in Monchy home

Hungry burglar samples bread and cheese in Monchy home

A 21-year-old man, who sampled bread and cheese with juice while burglarising a house in Monchy, Gros Islet last year, is scheduled to be sentenced on June 19, 2013.

The defendant, Kimran Jameson, pleaded guilty to stealing from a house on June 25, 2012 at about 10:15 am in Monchy, when he appeared in court last week Thursday.

According to court records, Jameson was working near a house owned by Graham Goodnieu when he felt hungry and went in search of food. He reportedly entered Goodnieu’s house, raided the fridge, and helped himself to bread and cheese and juice.

Afterwards, he stole a PlayStation 3, an iPod and a toolkit – all valued at EC$2,500.

The items were recovered.

In his statement, Goodnieu said he left his house at about 10 am, and at 1:30 p.m., while at the beach with his wife, he received a call and headed home. On arrival, Goodnieu said he discovered his house had been entered and several items missing.

Goodnieu said he had left his balcony door open but secured all major entrances to his home.

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  1. Thou shall not steal but in fact ask and you shall receive. These people think it's ok to take what you work so hard for....smh


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