Accountant accused of robbing man of motorcycle

An accountant has been charged with robbery with aggravation after allegedly robbing a man of a motorcycle on May 6.

Charged is 30-year-old Kevone Reid of New Gardens district, St Andrew.

Reports from the Half-Way Tree police are that about 5:00 am, Reid was driving a motorcycle with a pillion, who was armed with a firearm.

They reportedly approached a man and robbed him of his motorcycle.

Investigations led to the recovery of the man’s motorcycle and Reid’s arrest on Tuesday, May 23.

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