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Man remanded on Scotiabank robbery charges

Coastline Communication

Man remanded on Scotiabank robbery charges

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THE MOTHER, stepfather and son charged in connection with thousands of dollars stolen from Scotiabank appeared in the District “A” Criminal Court today.

Malcolm Marlon Archer, 20, of Lowthers Hill, Christ Church, was remanded to Dodds Prison for a month after being charged with entering the Bank of Nova Scotia and stealing BDS$13 956 and US$308 belonging to the bank on January 27.

He was also charged with robbing William Francis of a gold chain and pendant worth $5 005 on November 5, 2014. He was remanded on these indictable charges.

Archer is also charged at District “B”, Boarded Hall, with having cannabis on February 8, and must return there next Tuesday.

His stepfather Adrian Pinder, of the same address, was charged with receiving stolen money totalling $3 749 between January 27 and last Sunday, while mother Mohandai Durga-Pinder was charged with  laundering $500 which was part of the proceeds of crime in the same time period.

Adrian was granted $10 000 bail with a surety and must report to Boarded Hall Police Station on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Mohandai was released on $2 000 bail with a surety. (Coastline Communication)