Christ Church woman charged with assisting offender

Christ Church resident, 33-year-old Nyree Crystal Cassandra Lewis is due to appear in court today, charged with assisting an offender.

Police executed a search warrant at the home of the September Square, St Matthias resident, on Tuesday, where wanted man Romario Lashley was located.

Police issued a wanted bulletin for Lashley earlier this month after he was accused of shooting policeman Shane Newton of Foul Bay, St Philip.

Lashley was killed in a police shooting on Tuesday.

3 Responses to Christ Church woman charged with assisting offender

  1. Maria July 28, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    There ya go.

  2. Yarde Sherwin
    Yarde Sherwin July 28, 2016 at 12:22 pm

    This is such a stupid charge…the alleged offender is dead…he was wanted for allegedly shooting a police,he was never charged or convicted…So how can this woman be convicted for assisting a man who the police never proved or will be never able to prove he was guilty of any crime….

  3. BoboTheClown July 28, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    Why was she shielding the accuse? If he or she for that matter knew that he was not guilty of a crime ,why wouldn’t he ,even if afraid gave gone to the Police with a lawyer.
    She deserves to be charged, and given either a substantial fine, or some jail time. This would make others who would try to shield criminals from justice think twice of being basically an accomplice .
    People need to know that when some one commits a crime ,or is accused of committing that they have more than a single choice .
    There is the offering of going to the Police in the company of a lawyer, or a friend that cares or ,thirdly run and hide and try to evade capture at any cost, which might ultimately end in death.
    If it were me ,and i was innocent i would be at the Police station as soon as i could get there.If you want to commit a crime ,then be man or woman enough to face the music.
    Mr. Yarde i beg to differ . As per your argument a crime was committed by someone whop is now dead because ,maybe he was being given bad advice by someone that harbored him,so that person needs to be held reliable ,not only for his death but actually contributing to it.


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