2 teen girls among 5 charged over gun, ammo in carSunday, May 09, 2021
ST CATHERINE, Jamaica – Detectives from the Spanish Town Police Station arrested and charged five people for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition following an incident on Old Harbour Road on Friday.
• 25-year-old Azikiwe Osbourne of Quarry Drive, Bridgeport, Portmore;
• 20-year Oqueel Junior Lee, a security guard of Reids Pen, Greater Portmore;
• 26-year-old Shanice Cephas-Baker, a customer service representative.
• And 19-year-old Janelle Anderson and
• 18-year-old Aliyah Cunningham, a store clerk, both of Featherbed Lane, Spanish Town.
Reports are that about 1:00 pm, a team of officers was on patrol when they observed a motor vehicle driving in a reckless manner and intercepted it. The driver complied and the vehicle and the occupants were searched. A Smith and Wesson 9mm pistol along with a magazine containing four 9mm cartridges were found under the rear passenger seat of the vehicle.
The occupants were jointly charged yesterday. Their court dates are being finalised.
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