Gros Islet Police Charge 15 Year Old, Three Others For Armed Robbery

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Gros Islet police have charged four males, including a 15-year old, in connection with two reports of armed robberies within a one-hour period in the Marisule and Corinth areas on Friday of last week.

According to the reports, the robberies took place between 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. when four individuals relieved a man and a woman of their valuables at gunpoint.

Police went in pursuit of the suspects and apprehended four males who had a firearm in their possession along with items that were reported stolen.

As a result, officers charged the suspects, including the 15 year old, who appeared in court this week for the purpose of bail.

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The teenager was remanded in custody at the Juvenile Detention Center at Bordelais pending an assessment by Probation Services.

In relation to the other males, Devon Dorville, 26, of Marisule was denied bail and remanded in custody at the Bordelais Correctional Facility, 20 year old Marshall James of Micoud was bailed in the sum of $15, 000.00 cash or suitable surety and ordered to sign twice a week at Central Police Station. The court also ordered that James surrender all travel documents.

The oldest of the accused, 33 year old Titus Joseph of Grande Riviere was bailed in the sum of $15, 000.00 cash or suitable surety, ordered to sign twice a week at Gros Islet Police Station and has to surrender all travel documents.

(Story updated)

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