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No bail for KFC robbery accused


Added 18 January 2020


Alvin Chung (left) and Nigel Taylor were remanded to HMP Dodds. (Xtra Vision Photography)

Two men charged in connection with the robbery of KFC’s Corporate Offices at Hincks, Street, The City, were remanded to HMP Dodds when they appeared in Court earlier this week.

They are Alvin George Chung, 36 years, of Searles Plantation, Christ Church, and 42-year-old Noel Lionel Taylor of Galloway Lane, Waterford, St Michael.

KFC’s Corporate Offices were robbed of an undisclosed sum on December 31, 2019.

Chung and Taylor appeared in District “A” Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday and were not required to plead to the indictable offence of robbery.

Magistrate Douglas Frederick remanded them to HMP Dodds until February 12 when they are scheduled to reappear. (PR/SAT)


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