‘Benz’ Pulls Up To The Police Station


One of two men wanted for a series of serious offences has reportedly turned himself in to the police.

Tristan Raheem “Benz” Armstrong surrendered following the issuance of a Wanted Bulletin describing him as armed and dangerous.

The 28-year-old man was reportedly convinced by family members to turn himself in.

Armstrong and 27-year-old Sevorn “Angry Bird” Burton of Gray’s Farm were wanted for aggravated robbery, kidnapping, possession of illegal firearms and ammunition, and drug-related offences.

There has been no word from the police regarding Burton.

Burton still missing

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  1. Lord Jesus, please help our young men in the nation of Antigua and Barbuda…Amen. Too much of them are being use by Satan as vessels to commit Havoc/evil the nation. Is there any upstanding male role model in the society that can reach out to these young men and help them? Something has cause them to chose this choice of activity.

  2. Them man just done do couple years now look is there no work or they just lazy or just love jail free food and shelter

    • They do not want to work, their parents (not specifically these ones here) but similar young men will kill, rob and all manner of evil and their parents will still say it is not them or know it is them and still stand up for them. Society do the same thing. You remember the Hero retired cop who shot one of them after he was being assaulted and battered, because he caught him committing Burglary and attempted theft, rape, maybe even attempting Murder. The retired officer is now arrested, charged and denied bail while this man (criminal) is walking free and happy.

      So, being a criminal in Antigua truly is rewarding.

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