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Bail extended for university student held in kidnapping of businessmen

Published:Thursday | May 4, 2017 | 12:00 AM

MANDEVILLE, Manchester:
The university student charged in connection with the kidnapping of two businessmen, Rosemarie Moore, had her bail extended when she and her co-accused, Kevaughn Henry,  appeared before the Manchester Parish Court yesterday.

Moore was recently granted bail in a higher court in the sum of $800,000.

Both Henry and Moore are to reappear in the Manchester Parish Court on May 24.

Parish Judge Desiree Alleyene said Moore has two previous convictions, however, she will not interfere in Moore being granted bail by a higher court.

On March 23, two businessmen were kidnapped by gunmen and a  $1-million ransom requested.

Henry, showed up to collect the ransom and was arrested by undercover police who were on location.

It is alleged that Moore used hand gestures to Henry when he attempted to pick up the ransom and is believed to have been in communication with him. She was subsequently arrested and charged by the police.