Hutson accused of stealing cops’ wheel clamps

Businessman Clayton Hutson was yesterday admitted to bail in the sum of $50,000, after denying a charge that he stole a pair of motor clamps belonging to the Guyana Police Force (GPF).

It was alleged that between December 11 and December 12, at Georgetown, Hutson, of 50 New Hope, East Bank Demerara, stole two motor clamps, valued $80,000, and the property of the GPF.

The auto parts dealer was arraigned on a charge of simple larceny at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court, where he pleaded not guilty when he appeared before acting Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry.

The clamps are devices used by the GPF for rendering vehicles parked on no-parking signs immovable.

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