West Bank Demerara (WBD) resident, Terrence Dulough, suffered immense losses when both windshields and all the windows of his motor car were willfully destroyed last month.
However, the alleged perpetrator – Royston Phillips, who was said to have inflicted the unlawful acts towards the Virtual Complainant’s car – denied the allegations when he appeared before West Demerara Magistrate, Clive Nurse late last week.
Police claimed that on June 17, 2017, at Skull City, WBD, Phillips of Patentia Housing Scheme, maliciously and unlawfully damaged the front and back windshields, as well as the front and back windows of Dulough’s PMM 194 motor vehicle.
The damage was said to have accrued $75,000 in total value but Phillips, who works in rodent control, denied the prosecution’s case. He told the court that he was charged before. As such, the Magistrate placed him on $35,000 bail and the accused will make his next court appearance on August 10.