Kedon Williams, who is accused of robbing a funeral home, was brought before the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court to answer to charges of larceny on Monday.
The prosecution told the court that Williams is accused of breaking into the office of the complainant and stealing six pens, 500 sheets of glossy paper, one roll of tissue, an iPod shuffle, food items, a folder containing computer software, and numerous items of clothing all valued at $300,000.
Williams, who was also caught on camera, told the court that he had a key for the building and had received permission from the complainant to take the items.
A fingerprint order was requested and Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey told Williams to return to court on January 29 along with the complainant, who was absent, to clarify the matter.
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