Robbery trial postponed to next year for 2010 crime

| 04/06/2012

_DEW0497-web.jpg(CNS): Two men who were arrested in September 2010 and charged with robbery and possession of an imitation weapon will not go to trial until next year as a result of various postponements. Derek Simpson and Dan Kelly who pleaded not guilty to the crime in July last year have had their trial postponed twice because of  overloaded court schedules and are not set down for a judge alone trial until February. The men are accused of holding up the Caribbean Bakery, on Mount Pleasant Road in a day light robbery where they stole $400 but were arrested a short time after the crime. The two men who have been on bail since charges were brought were once again released in to the community, Friday, until their case can be heard.

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