Tobago Cops Solved Spate of Robberies, Nab 3 Assailants

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

Tobago Cops Solved Spate of Robberies, Nab 3 Assailants

Tobago officers nabbed three men on May 17th, 2022, who were wanted in connection with a spate of robberies which occurred between April and May, 2022.

The three men are expected to appear before a Scarborough Magistrate on May 23rd.

JUSTIN PAUL, 23, of Winchester Trace, Patience Hill, and KARIME CARTER, 24, a member of the Defence Force of Philadelphia Trace, Whim Village, and La Canoa Road, Santa Cruz were charged collectively on May 20th, with robbing a security officer of her service firearm, assaulting a security officer at a credit union with intent to rob, possession of a firearm, possession of two firearms for the purpose of trafficking, possession of ammunition, possession of a firearm to endanger life, possession of ammunition to endanger life and malicious damage to a money safe valued at $18,350.

CARTER was also charged with kidnapping a security officer who was on duty at a taxi coop service station and robbing an employee thereat of $40,000.

While KEITH STEWART also called FATBOY, 24 of, Church Street, Mason Hall was arrested on May 17th, 2022 and subsequently charged for the offences of shop breaking and larceny of two money safes together valued at $4,650 which collectively contained $19,500, kidnapping of a security guard and falsely imprisoning a security guard.

Based on police reports the men were wanted in connection with robberies at a taxi coop service station, a credit union, and a supermarket.

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Corporate Communications Unit

May 23rd, 2022 END

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