Kitty resident accused of stealing car twice


Raymond Samaroo of 20 Owen Street, Kitty, found himself in court again on similar charges to ones he had recently faced. Yesterday he appeared before city magistrate Fabayo Azore and pleaded not guilty to the indictable charge of auto theft. The prosecution stated that on October 28 Samaroo stole one Toyota Allion motorcar valued $3M from Station Street, Campbelville, belonging to Eon Pearson .
The Prosecutor objected to bail on the grounds of the seriousness of the offence and the fact that there were still unresolved matters of a similar nature committed by the individual.
He said this was the third time Samaroo was appearing before a magistrate to answer similar charges.
Attorney Paul Fung-A-Fat who represented Samaroo asked the court to have his client evaluated since he suspected that he might be suffering from some form of mental illness.
He was remanded until November 5.
In previous reports the 25- year-old is said to have stolen a Honda CRV Civic valued $5 million and a $25,000 Samsung cellular phone along with $30,000 in cash. In July, Samaroo was remanded but was subsequently released on bail. He had stolen a motor car valued $5 million from Rishi Lall on Sheriff Street, Georgetown. He also stole the same car on June 28 from the vicinity of the Kitty Police Station on Alexander Street, Kitty, Georgetown.