A man, age 41 of George Town, has been charged with two counts of criminal trespass in connection with two incidents that took place early Saturday morning, 30 December.
The man had been seen behaving suspiciously near a residence in Patrick's Island around 2:30 a.m by an officer on patrol and had been arrested. After the man's arrest, CCTV footage of another criminal trespass incident off Poindexter Road in George Town where the suspect had tried the doors of a locked white car was obtained by police and was also circulated online and via social media.
The man was ultimately charged with both incidents and will be in court this morning, 2 January.
Court update: Thadeus (Thad) Kaemeron Bodden pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal trespass, including one that involved entering the home of Chief Justice Anthony Smellie.
Mr. Furniss advised that Mr. Bodden had been participating in the Drug Rehabilitation Court and wished to continue. The attorney said the drug court team would be meeting again on Thursday afternoon and that tribunal would have to make the decision as to whether he could remain.
The alternative will be to return to the regular criminal court for sentence. The magistrate remanded Mr. Bodden in custody until Thursday, Jan. 4.