Husband and wife charged with harbouring wanted man

Naiee Lochand

A man and his wife were yesterday granted bail in a city court, after they were charged with harbouring a man wanted by the police for larceny.

Dianne Segura, 25 and Naiee Lochand, 29, stood before Magistrate Sunil Scarce who read a charge which alleged that the duo, on February 11, at Providence, attempted to pervert the course of justice, whereby they harboured David Singh who was wanted by police for break and enter and larceny.

Segura, and Lochand denied the allegations.

Naiee Lochand
Dianne Segura

According to the police, David Singh broke and entered the home of Frederick Henry on February 10. The court heard that police recently visited their home which resulted in Singh being shot in his right knee.

Both Segura and Lochand were granted $50,000 bail each for the charge and will make their next court appearance on June 29.


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