Four charged for robbing woman of items valued $100,000

KINGSTON, Jamaica-Four men were charged with robbery with aggravation and receiving stolen property following an incident on Upper Elletson Road in Kingston on Tuesday, February 28.

Charged are 24-year-old Dwayne McIntosh, otherwise called ‘Deco’, a labourer of Bustamante Highway, Kingston 13; 29-year-old Oshane Reid of Carliston Place, Cumberland in St Catherine; 19-year-old Jovoni Green, otherwise called ‘Jaheen’, a higgler of Mark Lane in Kingston and a 17-year-old boy of Greater Portmore, St Catherine.

Reports from Elletson Road police are that about 10:40 pm, a woman was walking on the roadway when she was pounced upon by occupants in a motor vehicle.

Two men alighted from the vehicle and proceeded to rob her of her personal property. A report was made to the police and an investigation launched.

About 11:30 pm, lawmen intercepted the same vehicle with the four accused aboard. The vehicle was searched and the complainant’s properties were reportedly found. The properties have an estimated value of $100, 000.

McIntosh, Reid, Green and the teenage boy were charged on Monday, March 6.

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