A woman who allegedly damaged a former partner’s property has been granted bail

On Monday, a WOMAN who allegedly used a piece of wood to damage her ex-girlfriend’s property was given $ 30,000 bail by Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs – Marcus when he made an appearance at Georgetown Magistrates’ Court .. Anita Steele of A field, South Sophia pleaded not guilty to the property damage charge. She is alleged, on Jan. 1, in Durban Street, Lodge, illegally and maliciously damaged nineteen concrete planter pots, collectively worth $ 190,000, and one metal door worth $ 65,000, the property of Lawrence Braithwaite. The Austin prosecutor informed the court that Steele and Braithwaite at one point shared a relationship. On the day in question, around 05:00 o’clock, Steele went to Braithwaite’s home and damaged the plant pots and door. Steele is alleged to have broken the pots and hit the door with a large piece of wood. CCTV camera footage allegedly shows Steele committing the crime. A report was made and Steele contacted. She was subsequently charged with the offense. The matter was adjourned until February 22.