Clarendon Men Arrested at SOE Checkpoint, After Robbing Teenage Girl

Latest Jamaica News (McKoy’s News): Clarendon Men Arrested Three Clarendon who held up and robbed a teenage girl, while they were traveling through the parish of St James, last Sunday, September 8, were arrested and charged after being apprehended at a security checkpoint in the parish.

Facing charges of robbery with aggravation are 44-year-old Willis James, otherwise called “Mikey” a barber,  22-year-old Nathan Virgo, otherwise called “Sampson” laborer and 19-year-old Shaquille Donaldson, otherwise called “Brandon” laborer, and all of Spaulding in Clarendon.

Reports are that on Sunday, September 8, all three men were traveling in a white Nissan AD Wagon motor car along a section of Garlands main road, when they came upon a 17-year-old teenage girl.

The men pulled up beside the teen and proceeded to rob her of her cell phone and valuables. A report was made instantly to the police and a dragnet were staged for the men at the State of Public Emergency checkpoint in Niagra District.

The motorcar was intercepted, and all three men arrested and charged.

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