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2 Lucky Strike Villagers accused of abusing minors

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Thirty-year old Santiago Carrillo,  a resident of Lucky Strike Village, was denied bail when he appeared today before Magistrate Emerson Banner and was arraigned for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl. Carrillo pleaded not guilty to the charge and he was remanded into custody until January 29, 2019. The child, accompanied by a social worker, went to the police station and reported that on December 2nd, when she was asleep, she felt someone touching her private parts and that’s when she woke up. She said she was unable to see who the person was and in the morning she asked a relative if it was him, and he told her no. However, the following night Carrillo was caught kneeling in front of the bed of the child with his arms around her waist. As a result, Carrillo was arrested and charged. Carillo is not the only Lucky Strike Villager to be remanded on that charge.

(COURT 2 VO) Thirty-nine-year-old John Henry, an unemployed man from Lucky Strike Village was denied bail when he appeared today before Magistrate Emerson Banner and he was charged with sexual assault. An 11-year-old child went to the police station in the company of a social worker and reported that Henry grabbed her right breast. As a result, Henry was arrested and charged.  Henry pleaded not guilty to the charge. He was remanded into custody until January 28, 2019. The incident occurred on the 30th of November.

A career burglar did not fare so well in the courts.  Forty-five-year-old Leopold Stevens is accused of trespassing into the office of Hugh Kennedy Crawford at BWS in Ladyville. He allegedly stole several items including a Skill saw, a measuring tape, 2 saw blades, a Lasko fan and 4 pairs of goggles. The theft occurred on the 30th of October.  Stevens pleaded not guilty when he appeared before Magistrate Emerson Banner. Stevens was offered  bail of $5,000 and his case was adjourned until January 28, 2019. But because Stevens was unable to pay outstanding court fines and he was remanded to the Central Prison.

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