Crooked Tree Man Remanded for Alleged Robbery

Crooked Tree Man Remanded for Alleged Robbery

A Crooked Tree man has been remanded to prison after being unable to post bail. Thirty-three-year-old, Meshek Banner, appeared in court today, charged with a single count of robbery, to which he pleaded not guilty. His bail was set at five thousand dollars but since he could not meet it he was remanded until October 30. He is accused of breaking into the home of Randolph Cadle on Sunday September 3.

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