On Friday, May 27, three people received stiff sentences in the High Court for aggravated robbery. CLICK HERE TO JOIN WHATS APP GROUP
After pleading guilty to the charge, Kennisha Whyte-Challenger of St. Johnston’s Village; Kerriano Thomas of Villa; and Jevon Lloyd of Rowan Henry Street were each sentenced by Justice Ann-Marie Smith to 14 years in prison.
The offence occurred on May 11, 2019, at the home of a relative of St. Peter MP Asot Michael.
The trio took part in the caper that netted them more than $645,000 worth in jewelry; an iPad valued $1,350; and $5,400 in cash. They were caught after they began to sell the stolen jewelry.
Ian O’Brien, Vernon Braithwaite, and Ivlaw John were charged with receiving stolen goods in relation to the crime, knowing that they were stolen.
Those three now await their trial date after pleading not guilty to the charge. (REAL NEWS)
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The Justice system is at work and is in full force.
Will Asot forgive them??
Please let Bowen know you are truly in love with him and just want to give him a BELOW JOB.
JUSTICE FOR NIGEL CHRISTIAN , PLEASE, PLEASE HIS SOUL CRIES OUT.
WHERE IS THE CUSTOMS BROKER WHO WORKS FOR THE PM AND ROBBED THIS COUNTRY OF $3,000,000 AND FORGED HIS SIGNATURE
Tessa’s baby would have been a student in University had her life not snuffed out. Instead at the hands of a UPP political hopeful that baby went back to dust!!!!!!
Guess they will link up with the Observer Radio snakeSpit Janice Samuel for fry dumpling and bush tea.
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