Cion Isaacs, 26, of Lot 121 West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Monday charged for breaking and entering and larceny.
The charge, which was read by Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus, stated that on July 12, 2019, the defendant broke into the home of Sandra Adams and stole $1,400,000 in cash, gold, household appliances and electrical devices.
Isaacs denied the charge and was remanded to prison.
Police Prosecutor Shondel Daniels told the court that on the day in question, when the Virtual Complainant (VC) arrived at home, she noticed a car was parked in front of her home. According to the Prosecutor, the car subsequently drove off, but as it was moving off, she noticed the trunk which was open was packed with appliances. Realising that her home had been broken into, the VC raised an alarm and public-spirited persons chased after the car. The car eventually stopped and Isaacs was seen inside. The Police were called, and he allegedly later admitted to the theft in his caution statement. The appliances were returned to Adams.
Prosecutor Daniels objected to bail. The case will continue on July 29, 2019.