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MoBay kidnapping trial stalls
2012-09-19 11:58:17 | (0 Comments)
Christopher Thomas, Gleaner Writer
The much-anticipated trial of the four people charged with the May 2011 kidnapping of a Mount Alvernia Preparatory School student has been postponed until September 24 to allow their lawyers time to speak with them.
The four accused are: 23-year-old cabinet-maker Jonathan “Clevaugn” Mitchell of Spaulding, Manchester; 22-year-old barber, Trevon Tomlinson of Cornwall Courts, Montego Bay; 26-year-old counsellor Jenise Regisford of Bloomfield, Connecticut, USA and Cornwall Courts, Montego Bay; and a 17-year-old minor of Paradise, Montego Bay.
Their bail have been extended.
The quartet has been charged with kidnapping, conspiracy to kidnap and conspiracy to extort.
The charges stem from the abduction of a three-year-old Mount Alvernia Preparatory School student in St James on May 3, 2011.
The child, who was reportedly taken from the school while waiting to be picked up by his parents, was found unharmed hours later in Manchester, and the four accused arrested and charged.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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