Case against fire officer charged with stealing US$ from XPZ dismissed

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The larceny case against fire officer Glenroy Weekes has been dismissed upon request by one of the owners of XPZ supermarket.

 

The firearm and ammunition matter for which he was also charged will proceed next year.

 

The senior police officer who allegedly stole a large sum of money from the XPZ supermarket while it was being gutted by fire in early June, was arrested and charged with larceny.

 

He was also charged with the unlawful possession of a firearm, and the unlawful possession of ammunition which were found during search of his home. (observer media)

 

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11 COMMENTS

  1. I hope his ass get convicted on the other charges. He is a disgrace to the Organization. I will never work with him if he get back in the Force.

  2. ANR a witch part are u fine de man pikcha? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 are u nah easy tarl tarl. And look how he a pose arf lakka say he do subbn good 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  3. According previous news articles on his arrest, the money was found in his house in his possession. How did the money got into the fire officer home the first place? Did the owners of the XPZ Supermarket got back the money? I know if it was an ordinary civilian home that money was found he/she would not be that lucky.

  4. The reasons should be given as to why XPZ Owner back peddled.He was charged with Larceny.Did they,the owners find the supposed money said to be stolen from their premises? What was the real reason behind that charge being ask to be withdrawn?

    • WharfRat you deserve a medal !
      you know something very fishy about this story. Why would this case be dropped when he was found red handed? obviously this dosent add up, xpz owner needs investigating with a fine teeth comb, he is a big fish inna some huge.

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