Police make breakthrough in burglary cases

Police in the Southern Division have made a major breakthrough in relation to a number of burglaries committed in the District ‘C’ and District ‘B’ station areas between December 2015 and January 2017.

They have arrested and charged three men in connection with 30 burglaries committed over the period.

Arrested are 28-year-old Damian Allan McCarthy and 22-year-old Stefon Anthony Toney, both of Rock Hall St Philip; and 17-year-old Jeshawnti Donnay Alleyne of River Land, St Philip.

McCarthy has been charged in connection with 2o burglaries; Toney, nine counts and Alleyne, one.

They are all expected to appear before Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch in the District ‘C’ Magistrate today.

11 Responses to Police make breakthrough in burglary cases

  1. jrsmith February 20, 2017 at 10:50 am

    Have we a proceeds of crime act in barbados , long term imprisonment , or seize what ever they have worth anything…..

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  2. Dillan Cummins
    Dillan Cummins February 20, 2017 at 11:08 am

    Want hanging

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  3. Ifiya Cummins
    Ifiya Cummins February 20, 2017 at 11:23 am

    Will wait and see

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  4. Ifiya Cummins
    Ifiya Cummins February 20, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    Great job Royal Barbados police force

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  5. North Point February 20, 2017 at 2:31 pm

    What must be noted here is that the oldest one who is has twenty eight has (20) cases, the second oldest who is twenty two has (9) and baby in the group who is seventeen has (1). Question here, was is so lucrative and they decided to take along the younger one along with them and he got caught on his first night out on the “JOB”. Good work by the police. its up to the court now to lost them way, especially the two older criminals, thirty families suffered at their hands, just throw the kitchen sink at them, end of story.

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  6. Jai Khan
    Jai Khan February 20, 2017 at 4:03 pm

    Lots of people have these burglars faces on their home security cameras. Why aren’t their faces published? Let the homeowners have the satisfaction of knowing that they are really in jail. Publish their faces because any man who breaks into your home will murder!! RBPF must do better!!!

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  7. Tony Webster February 20, 2017 at 5:39 pm

    Kudos to our men, and women, in blue!! There is no alternative to keeping the pressure on such anti-social elements, which are hell-bent to make this Blessed Rock, another Trinbago, or Land Of Flying Fish…and Flying Bullets. Hammer dem!

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  8. Tony Waterman February 20, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    @jrsmith !!!! Come on man, i don’t believe that you said that, these are Hand to Mouth theives, what proceeds of Crime do you think they have, they are stealing just to survive.
    I am Subject to Correction, but i believe there is a proceeds of Crime Act, but in Barbados none of these things are enfoced, too many people knows one another.

    @ Dillan Cummins!!! Please!!!! don’t be silly.

    @North Point!!!!yes, Lost them away,make room for them by releasing some more “MURDERERS”.
    What we want resurrected are Chain gangs who would be used to Debush all those Dangerous Roads in the Country areas.Let Them work off their keep at Dodds Hotel.

    @Jai Khan!!! I that is the case Where are all these Murderers, because ther a hell of a lot ob Break and enter Criminals in Barbados, the Police have NOT Caught them all as yet.

    @Tony Webster!!! Hammering them,by sending them to Hotel Dodds, amd Not Teaching them anything, just increases the recidivism Rate, and the revolving Door effect.

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  9. Greengiant February 20, 2017 at 11:38 pm

    Good response @tony waterman

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  10. Brewster February 21, 2017 at 9:21 am

    Confiscation of goods, cars, jewellery etc. Prison sentence custodial and inclusion of mandatory programmes for rehabilitation, road sweeping, cleaning, painting etc. to give back to the community.

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  11. Brewster February 21, 2017 at 9:25 am

    Forgot. Pat on the back for RBPF!

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