An East End man who allegedly broke into a Tread Falls apartment and stole jewellery and a vault of cash was granted bail when he appeared before Magistrate Shawn Innocent on this week.
Twenty-five-year-old Kilmo Maduro, who has been was charged with burglary, was not made to answer to the charge during his appearance.
He was granted bail in the sum of $50,0000. The court ordered that $45,000 of that bail amount be signed with one surety while the remaining $5,000 be paid up front as the cash component.
He is to submit all travel documents, not apply for any new travel documents, and report to the East End Police Station every Monday and Friday between 7 am and 7 pm.
He was also ordered not to contact any witnesses involved in the matter.
On October 30, allegedly Maduro burglarized the apartment and made off with a vault containing $8,000. He also took $1,000 worth of jewellery and a variety of keys to operate boats and other equipment.
It is alleged that he was captured on surveillance cameras entering the property in a vehicle.
He reportedly gained access to the inside of the apartment through a window.
Upon realizing that they were victims of a burglary, the owners of the property reported the matter to the police and Maduro was later arrested and charged.
During an interview with police, Maduro allegedly admitted to being the burglar. He reportedly told police he used the cash from the vault and discarded the empty vault along the Ridge Road.
The empty vault and the keys were recovered, however, the jewellery and the cash were not.
The matter was adjourned to December 4.
Stephen Daniels represented the accused.
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