Princeton George of Portsmouth Bail Denied


Princeton George

Princeton George of Portsmouth, one of the alleged robbers of the Marigot Credit Union was also denied bail, and will have to wait for January 3rd 2013 before another attempt for his bail can be made.

George is one of four men who allegedly robbed the establishment of $36, 851.45 on the 9th of March, 2012.

George and the other men stand accused of the attempted murder of Corporal Boycott Yankey, attempted murder of Inspector Oliver Frederick, and attempted murder of Corporal Hans Francis.

They were also charged with conspiracy to possess one 28 gauge shot gun with intent to endanger lives, conspiracy to possess one sub machine gun magazine with intent to endanger life, aggravated burglary with the use of firearm on the Marigot Credit Union and conspiracy to possess 9 rounds of 9 mm ammunition.

All the men pleaded not guilty when they were charged.

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