A male allegedly pawns million-dollar construction equipment

A Corporate Area man who allegedly pawned a piece of construction equipment valued at $1.4 million, was offered bail when he appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Monday.

Prosecutors allege that on October 2, the complainant was contacted by the accused, Camar Prehoggee, seeking to rent construction equipment. When the item was to be returned, the complainant was informed that it had been pawned. The sums it was pawned for was not shared in court. Prehoggee was subsequently apprehended and charged with simple larceny.

He was offered bail by Senior Parish Judge Lori-Anne Cole-Montaque in the sum of $350,000 with at least two sureties. He is to surrender his travel documents and report to the police twice weekly. Prehoggee was made the subject of a fingerprint order and is to return to court on February 7, 2024 when the matter is set for mention. A subpoena was also issued for the complainant to attend.

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