Bodden Town man in court for burglary

| 30/09/2009

(CNS): Police say 33-year-old Ernie Dave Ebanks Jr appeared in court yesterday (Tuesday, September 29) charged with burglary following an incident that took place earlier this month.
Ebanks, of Bodden Town, was remanded in custody on one count of burglary. He is accused of a series of burglaries committed in the Eastern Districts over the past few weeks.

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  1. Piano Playa says:

    Ernie Dave Ebanks Jr, I take it he is a foreigner to these islands?

  2. McGruff says:

    Is this guy around 5’11” with a dark complexion and owns a rag? If so, he may have been responsible for a number of recent crimes.
    Worth checking in to.

  3. Richard Wadd says:

     "let me tell you….."

    What a shining testament you are to what we (The Cayman Islands) have NOT achieved over the last 40 years.

    Go back to school and learn the English language. For goodness sake, no wonder our people cannot get jobs, who can understand what they are writing? (those that can actually write, that is).

    • Shif Shah says:

      It was a cracking post.  Shane that the "let me tell you" hit that glass ceiling, he could have gone far. 

  4. Anonymous says:

    11:13 – We want to get rid of the ones that in wrong doing.  Not all expats a** wipe. 

    • Anonymous says:

      Can’t we get rid of the wrong doing Caymanians somewhere then? There is far more of those……

      • Anonymous says:

        You would do well to remember that those "wrong doing Caymanians" as you call them havefamilies that care about them and this is their island and home and they are here to stay.  Not everyone that does something wrong is a criminal.  Sometimes it is circumstnaces that make them do what they did wrong but they are human beings and should have the chance to make right what they did.  Who are you to judge ? Yes, I am guessing you are an expat so please keep your unsolicited advice to yourself.  Caymanians might make a mistkae here but here is where they belong and will stay.

        • Judge Dredd says:

          "Not everyone that does something wrong is a criminal."  True, but everyone who commits a crime is regardless of what excuses they come up with.  Stop being an apologist for crime.

        • Anonymous says:

          Typical Caymanian feel sorry for yourself response. Blame everybody but yourselves for your failure to bring up your children to know right from wrong.

          • Anonymous says:

            I wouldn’t even dignify this with a response as it has nothing whatsoever to do with how your child is raised.  Caymanian children are brought up to be very respectful and do know right from wrong but apparently you don’t becuase you should know it is wrong to judge people especially if you don’t know them or the forst thing about their upbringing.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I thought they wanted to get rid of the expats because they are the ones stealing and causing trouble in Cayman.

    • Anonymous says:

      let me tell you, you expat some thing if a caymanian are stealing or causing problem in cayman he or she are in your conutry and not in another man conutry commiting these crime that look so bad for an expats to be commiting in another man conutry. i do not support any kind of crime that are commited by any one caymanian or expats.

      • Anonymous says:

        any chance of a translation – i did not understand a word of your reply as it appeared to be a whole bunch of words put together in some unfathonamble order. I’m sure it was interesting and valid but i have no idea what you said?