Jamaica Crime News, Montego Bay: A barber who is said to be wanted in the United States of America on charges of murder, robbery and assault, who entered the island illegally in 2010, was remanded into custody until this Friday, December 14, when he will be sentenced.
The accused, barber who has been identified as Caesar Dias of Miami, Florida, pleaded guilty to charges of Illegal Entry when he appeared before the St. James Parish Court on Friday, December 7.
Reports by the police are that on Tuesday, December 4, a report was made to the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigation Branch ( C-TOC ) that Dias who had illegally entered the island in 2010, was now working as a barber in downtown Montego Bay.
Investigators went to the Barbershop and Dias was held and questioned.
During the question and answer session, he reportedly confessed to the investigator that he did not have an identification or travel documents and that he illegally entered the island by boat.
Further investigations carried out by the police, revealed that Dias was also being sought by the USA authorities for murder, robbery and assault.
During the Court sitting, the presiding Judge, Justice Kaysha Grant was told that a representative attached to the USA Embassy, wishes to be present in court, during his sentencing.
Judge Grant, then ordered that the accused man be remanded into custody .until Friday, December 14, and this she says will give Dias an opportunity for the USA Embassy representative to be present.