Burglar admits spree of George Town break-ins

| 30/05/2022 | 4 Comments
Cayman News Service

(CNS): Romario Desmond Brown appeared in court Friday and admitted breaking into three different homes in George Town and stealing a variety of loot and cash over a two-day period earlier this year. Brown, who is already in custody, is expected to be sentenced in July after social inquiry reports were ordered. On 31 January he broke into an address in Glen Eden Road, where he stole jewellery and electronics worth over $18,000. The following day he entered an address on Shamrock Road, where he broke into two different apartments and made off with a variety of goods and cash worth around $1,200.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    He is a born caymanian.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Three out of how many cold case files? In resolving these whodunnits, has honest Romario spared the RCIPS any work or enquiries that they would otherwise be undertaking? Hopefully his admission is taken into account at sentencing, as it seems to be a rare trait these days.

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