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    December 12

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Men in video identified, to appear in court


Added 03 January 2015


THREE MEN IN A POLICE surveillance video have been arrested and are now facing robbery charges.

They are 29-year-old Jamel Michael Welch of Kings Street, Baxters Road, St Michael; Jabarri Shaquille Eversley, 19, of 8th Avenue New Orleans, St Michael and 18-year-old Shaquille Duante Va-Dahal Stoute of Lightfoot Lane in The City.

They are scheduled to appear in the District A Magistrates Court today, jointly charged with two counts of robbery.

The Royal Barbados Police Force had released a surveillance video requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the three men. That video had more than 5 500 views on the Nation’s YouTube channel.

Click here to watch.

The Police thanked the members of the public for the information and assistance provided. (PR/SAT)


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