Teen charged with house breaking, larceny
arrests, charged

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A 16-year-old student from a Kingston address has been charged with house breaking and larceny following an incident at West Street in Kingston between Wednesday April 5 and Saturday May 27, 2023.

Reports from the Denham Town Criminal Investigations Branch are that a woman returned to her home on May 27 when she discovered that the lock to her room door had been tampered with and US$2,200 was missing. She confronted the student about the money. She reportedly admitted to stealing and spending it. A report was made to the police and the student subsequently apprehended and charged.

A court date is being finalised.

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