Barbados: Men remanded in connection with theft of almost two dozen pigs

Barbados Today:–  Lawmen have charged four men in connection with the theft of 21 pigs.

They are: 31-year-old Jamal Emmanuel Lewis, of Foster Hall, St John; 41-year-old Marlon Fitzgerald Boxill, of Lodge Hill, St Michael; 21-year-old Kemar Shamar Turton, of Lewis Gap, Green Hill, St Michael; and 48-year-old Robert DaCosta Walker, of No. 36 Seclusion Gardens, Black Rock, St Michael.

The accused are also charged with theft of 12 bags of pig feed. The offences are alleged to have taken place, between June 19 and 20, at Greenland, St Andrew.

Boxill, Turton and Walker appeared in the District ‘F’ Magistrate’s Court on Friday, September 28, and were remanded to HMP Dodds, until Monday October 1, to appear before the District ‘D’ Magistrate’s Court.

Acting Police Public Relations Officer Sergeant Michael Blackman said the fourth man – Lewis is currently receiving medical treatment at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

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