A man facing four charges of burglary elected on Tuesday to have them all dealt with in Grand Court.

Daine Marcel Bennett, 31, was charged with entering as a trespasser and stealing from three private residences and one school.

An incident on Nov. 9, 2016, involved a residence on Rum Point Drive in which a quantity of items was stolen, including a camera bag, camera and memory card.

The school burglary occurred on Sept. 10, 2017. A quantity of items, including a leaf blower, were stolen from the Montessori Del Sol school.

The burglary of a South Sound residence on April 18, 2018, involved theft of “a quantity of properties” to the value of approximately $23,000.

The most recent burglary with which Mr. Bennett was charged related to a Bodden Town residence from which he is accused of stealing a quantity of jewelry to the value of $10,000 on April 25, 2018.

Defense attorney Crister Brady agreed to Feb. 26 as the date for a preliminary inquiry, which is held to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to send the matter to the higher court.

When a defendant elects Grand Court, the Summary Court does not ask him or her to enter a plea.

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