Ryan Robinson of Charlestown had pleaded not guilty to the charge which stated that on August 11, at Georgetown, he stole one bull valued at $180,000, which was the property of Abdul Azeez.

However, when the matter was called today in the courtroom of Principal Magistrate Faith McGusty, Robinson changed his plead to guilty.

Hence, he was sentenced to two years imprisonment for the offence.

The unrepresented man, in addressing the court, stated, “I had to do what I had to do.”

According to information, on the day in question,  around 23:45 hrs, the victim heard a noise coming from his backyard and, upon checking, he observed the defendant tying a rope around the bull’s neck and pulling the animal out the yard.

The man shouted for the defendant to stop but he continued pulling the bull. The following morning, the victim reported the matter to a police station. An investigation was then carried out and Robinson was charged.


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