Phone snatcher freed after victim refused to offer evidence

first_imgA teenager who was nabbed after he stole a phone was on Monday set free after he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, after the victim refused to offer evidence against him.Eighteen-year-old Daniel Wilson stood before Principal Magistrate Judy Latchman and denied that on November 10, 2018, at Croal Street, Georgetown, he stole one LG cellphone valued $36,000; property of Kesha Blackman.The Virtual Complainant in a statement told the Magistrate the she does not wish to pursue the matter against Wilson and will not be offering any evidence against him.As a result, Wilson’s freedom was restored after Magistrate Latchman without hesitation dismissed the charge of simple larceny against him.last_img