Police officer Glenroy Weekes granted bail on charge of stealing from XPZ


Justice Collin Williams today granted Senior Police Officer Glenroy Weekes bail in the High Court.

Weekes is accused of stealing US$ 3000 from XPZ Supermarket.

He has also been charged with firearm and ammunition possession.

Weekes was granted 25K bail with a $7500 cash component.

He allegedly stole the the US$ 3000 from XPZ while it burned.

When police searched his house the following day, they allegedly found an illegal firearm and ammunition.

Weekes denies the allegations.

He has been suspended from the force pending the trial of the matter.


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  1. What about for the PM SIGNATURE forgery case.
    Where is the arrest for the BROKER.
    So noone can arrest the BROKER?.
    He defraud the government revenue of more then $3 millions dollars.
    Not even his name ?
    Wow wow wow
    Justice for Nigel Christian

  2. Grate questions which needs immediate answers but don’t your breath .
    The Dictator , Liar and self Enricher only see a need for an inquiry into the Airport runway but nobody is Prime Minister forever.

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