Jamaican gets six months for robbery in Trinidad

Tuesday, March 05, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - A Jamaican charged for robbery in Trinidad and Tobago has been sentenced to six months in jail while his Jamaican accomplice was yesterday offered bail.

Kenroy Williams appeared before court yesterday where he pleaded guilty to robbing a clothing store on February 23, according to the Trinidad Express.

The accomplice, Glenroy Francis, pleaded not guilty and was granted bail.
The case will return to court on April 2.




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