18 months for intruder
The man who entered the home of a Christ Church woman recently and fell asleep in a bedroom was sentenced to 18 months behind bars when he reappeared in the Oistins Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
Delano Renaldo Walcott, 25, had pleaded guilty earlier to entering the Scarborough residence of Lakeisha Pile with intent to commit burglary, in relation to a roll-on deodorant.
Walcott, of no fixed place of abode, who was also charged with having apparatus fit for the misuse of drugs, changed his plea yesterday to guilty and was convicted, reprimanded and discharged.
Acting Magistrate Aliston Seale remanded Walcott last week in order to hear from Pile after Walcott said he was a handyman for the property.
When Pile attended court yesterday, she admitted knowing Walcott, but only by seeing him in an area close to her home, where he hangs out.
Walcott reminded her that he had gone to get a bottle of gas for her on one occasion. (SD)