No. 59 Friday, February 26, 2010
The prosecution is yet to complete the file in the case against four persons who allegedly broke into a woman's business place and remove items valuing over $2 million.

   Charged with shopbreaking and larceny and receiving stolen property is Carlington Jones, 27; Generado Jones, 19; Romar Jarrett, 18, and Anika Herron, 23, all of Hendon, Norwood, St. James.
   When the matter was called up for mention in the Montego Bay RM Court on Tuesday, February 23, the court was told that the fingerprint evidence was still outstanding.
   Generado remains behind bars as he is involved in other similar matters and was not admitted to bail.
   The other three accused were granted extended bail and were instructed to visit he legal aid office in order to obtain legal assistance.
   The matter will again be mentioned on May 6.
   Reports are that on February 2, 2010, the complainant securely locked her store and went home and return the following morning and discovered that the store was broken into. Clothing and jewellery valuing approximately $2.5 million were also stolen.
   The culprits apparently made their way into the store by removing a grill, the court was told.
   The police were alerted who later went to premises occupied by Carlington and Herron where the couple and Jarrett were seen. A number of items belonging to the complainant were recovered.
   As a result, the three were taken into police custody.
   Later that day, Generado was stopped along the Albion Road and a quantity of the complainant's belongings was found inside the car he was driving, which also led to his arrest.

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