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July 24, 2014
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Kitson Town man on larceny rap gets bail
Rasbert Turner, STAR Writer

A St Catherine man who was allegedly held scrapping a stolen car was granted $150,000 bail when he appeared in court on Tuesday.

Martin Tulloch, 32-year-old unemployed of Kingland district, Kitson Town, St Catherine, is charged with larceny of a motor vehicle.


When the matter was mentioned, Tulloch's lawyer made a successful bail application saying that when her client was held he was looking parts to purchase for his vehicle.

Bail was granted on condition that he reports three times weekly to the Guanoboa Vale Police Station and return to court on November 22.

Allegations are that on May 29, a 2012 Toyota Corolla rented to China Harbour Engineering Company was stolen in Linstead.

A search was launched and the police went to Kingland district, St Catherine, where four persons including the accused were seen scrapping the stolen car.

The other men ran and Tulloch was held by the police and later charged with larceny of a motor vehicle.

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