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Thursday, 05 September 2013 00:00

Daun Anthony MyersOn Tuesday, September 3rd, a Belize City construction worker was remanded to the Belize Central Prison after being charged with burglary.

Daun Anthony Myers, 41,  is accused of burglarizing the home of Father Norman Leroy Flowers who resides at #192 North Front Street in Belize.

Allegations are that he entered Flowers’ home and stole jewelry amounting to $1,700.

In court, Myers who was unrepresented, appeared before Magistrate Leslie Hamilton where he pleaded not guilty the single charge of burglary. The court prosecutor, objected to bail on the grounds that the crime was prevalent. Magistrate Hamilton agreed and denied Myers bail and remanded him to the Belize Central Prison until October 3, 2013.

Reports are that on September 1, Flowers’ wife saw Myers inside her husband’s house. She later asked Flowers if he had given anyone permission to be inside his house which he denied. Police were later called and Myers was arrested.