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MAN ADMITS ARMED ROBBERIES DURING MONTHLY ARRAIGNMENT SESSION

MAN ADMITS ARMED ROBBERIES DURING MONTHLY ARRAIGNMENT SESSION

During this morning’s monthly arraignment session, a 40-year-old man admitted committing armed robbery on three occasions this year.

Tio Weeks admitted robbing Judith Outerbridge, an employee of Pasta Basta in Hamilton of cash on March 13 and September 27 this year. One the first occasion he used an imitation firearm, while using a gun during the second.

Weeks also admitted robbing Diana Wilson, an employee at Wok Express, of cash on September 25 this year, and used a gun to do so.

He will be sentenced on November 23 and was remanded into custody by Puisne Judge CharlesEtta Simmons.

In a separate case, Anthony Williams admitted prowling a Warwick home on July 8 this year. He also admitted committing aggravated burglary on September 28 this year, stealing various gold items while in the possession of a bladed article. He also admitted violently resisting arrest on the same date.

Mrs. Simmons ordered a social inquiry report and remanded Williams into custody.

Shayne James, 23, denied handling a homemade lethal barrel weapon on August 29 this year, and discharging the weapon on the same date. Represented by Elizabeth Christopher, James was released on bail and ordered to reappear during the December arraignment session.

Manai Roberts, 25, denied possessing cannabis with intent to supply on August 26 this year. He also denied possessing close to $24,000 in cash. He was bailed and was ordered to reappear during the December arraignment session.

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