Man remanded for gun-point robberies
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AUBREY HYMAN, who allegedly robbed three persons at gunpoint, was, on Wednesday, remanded to prison by Magistrate Rondel Weever when he made an appearance in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.

Hyman, of Castello Housing Scheme, pleaded not guilty to three counts of robbery under arms.

It is alleged that on October 20, 2020, near Ketley and Princess Streets, Georgetown, while being armed with a gun, he robbed Lancelot Jordon of one gold chain valued $150,000 and $1300 cash.

According to the allegation, Hyman and Jordon are known to each other. On the day in question, at 06:33 hours, Jordon was riding north on Ketley Street, near Princess Street, when he noticed Hyman and another person coming towards him on a bicycle. They crossed paths, but later the duo reportedly turned around and began trailing Jordan. When Hyman got closer to Jordan, he reportedly pulled out a black handgun. Hyman relieved Jordan of his valuables before escaping with his accomplice. The matter was reported to the police and an investigation was conducted. Hyman was later arrested, cautioned and charged.

It is also alleged that on October 20, 2020, at Sussex Street, Albouystown, Georgetown, whilst being in the company of another and armed with a dangerous weapon specifically, a gun, robbed Delroy Milles of one HTC cellular phone valued at $65,000.

According to the facts, Hyman and Milles are former schoolmates. It further stated that on the day in question, about 6:15 hours, Milles was heading to work, proceeding west on Sussex Street, Albouystown when he was attacked by Hyman and an accomplice. Hyman pointed a gun at Milles and relieved him of his cellular phone. The matter was reported and the accused was subsequently arrested and charged for the offence.

Further, it is alleged that Hyman on August 10, 2020, at Sussex Street, Georgetown, while being armed with a gun, robbed Cecil Anderson of one cellular phone valued at $15,000, one rain coat valued at $5,000, one food flask valued at $2500, and one hammock valued at $10,000.

According to the facts, Hyman and Anderson are known to each other for over 25 years. On the day in question at about 06:45 hours, Anderson left his work site. He later rode pass Hyman who was proceeding in the opposite direction on a bicycle.

As he was passing Anderson, Hyman allegedly reached for his black handgun and dealt Anderson a lash to the head. Hyman demanded the valuables mentioned in the charge and fled.

The matter was adjourned to December 18, 2020 in Court 5.

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