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Jamaican man charged in connection to July burglaries

A man has been charged in connection to the trio of burglaries that took place at Sunrise Bakery and RiteWay Food Market’s Pasea location this month.

The accused has been identified as 20-year-old Oshane Daley — a Jamaican residing in Purcell Estate.

He has been charged with three counts of burglary and damaging property, the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) reported on Thursday, July 30.

The accused has since made an appearance before the Magistrate’s Court and subsequently placed on remand at Her Majesty’s Prison in Balsam Ghut.

He is scheduled to return to court on September 16, the RVIPF said.

Daley allegedly burglarised Sunrise Bakery on July 6 then broke into RiteWay just before daybreak on July 18.

“Inquiries indicate that the rear window leading to the kitchen was observed to be broken and objects inside the store appeared to have been tampered with,” the RVIPF reported.

He is further accused of returning to RiteWay for a second burglary on July 26.

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  1. Wow says:

    A wah de bumbohole….Y’all serious about your bun and cheese

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  2. Jawbone says:

    The title of this article is very weird.

  3. GOT TO GO says:

    Island man again. They need to be ban from coming here. Tired of them

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    • 🙄🙄 says:

      When they are ban who gonna do all the dirty works??keep in mine how lazy tolans are

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      • Look in the Mirror says:

        Who does the dirty work in you all country? Where you all come from the people are lazy too.
        Don’t talk about Jamaica, I’ve been there and they sleep all day and night and make babies that they cannot feed. They beg too damn much, they have no shame whatsoever.
        Clean up your all back yard first before you all talk about ours because Jamaica is terrible.

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  4. Teacher says:

    I can’t believe. This young man has always been so quiet and respectful. I recall him asking me one day if I had any quarters and I asked him what he needed the quarters for and he said to buy something to eat because he had no lunch. He was really looking hungry so I think I gave him $2 or thereabout and he never asked me for anything after that. I just wish he had asked the proprietors for something to eat if he was hungry instead of stealing. Maybe they would have even given him a job. So unfortunate!

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  5. 🙄🙄 says:

    When they are ban who gonna do all the dirty works??keep in mine how lazy tolans are

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    • Fave says:

      You are brain washed. Tolians are not lazy. They are not given the same opportunity. Business owners want work done for little thats why the people from the islands are now being replaced with Asians. People need to live comfortable when they are working 8 and 10 hour days and not have to share a 2 bedroom apartment with 6 others to make ends meet.

      That Jamaican should have asked for assistance to go home if he cannot make ends meet abroad.

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  6. Good for U, U T***f says:

    U Son of a Gun. U keep going & going thinking you were gonna keep getting away?
    There’s a saying, “U keep throwing your bucket in the well and one day the string will burst or the bottom will drop out”…
    Government, don’t worry about them stupid a** Opposition Leaders with their bulls**t and send these people who is not working home to their country.
    I was living abroad for a while and when things got a bit tough there, I headed back home to beautiful Tortola and life is good, thank God.
    There’s no Place like Home, unless they don’t have nothing to go home to. That’s not our problem.
    The Jamaican Government don’t like when Countries deport their people them. They don’t want their Criminals back. Can u imagine? Their Country is out of control with Crime so them abroad coming back to add to it…

  7. Stupes says:

    How did you meet BVI when you migrated? Things will get done whether you are here or not. You do not do the dirty work for free. You came to do dirty work so get on with it, collect your pay, send it home and go behind it after you have saved a million dollars.

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  8. BVI boss says:

    by the way he don’t need go back Jamaica when he grow up and school in the BVI,he not on work permit,he has rights to stay he i believe is a Belonger

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