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Special constable booked for court next month on suspicion of lottery scamming

Published:Sunday | October 8, 2017 | 11:19 AM

A 22-year-old Special District Constable was arrested and charged in Montego Bay, St James for breaches of  the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction) Special Provision Act on Friday.

Reports are that on September 10, Floyd Grizzle was at the murder scene of 68-year-old Heidi-Ann Muth, an American citizen whose body was found in Hatfield Meadows, Ironshore, St James.

Investigations revealed that while on the scene, Grizzle used his cellular phone to photograph personal documents found on the deceased, including driver’s licence, passport and credit cards.

Grizzle’s phone was searched and the identity information was found.

He was subsequently arrested and charged for Possession of Identity Information and Possession of Access Device.

Grizzle is NOT considered a suspect in relation to Muth’s murder.

He is scheduled to appear before the court later this month.