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JLP activist, others in robbery case return to court today

Published:Wednesday | June 19, 2013 | 9:07 AM

The three men charged in connection to the April Swiss Stores robbery are scheduled to return to court today on unrelated matters.



They are Jamaica Labour Party activist Kayon 'Treasure' Campbell, 40-year-old businessman Donald Ho and Norman Robertson of Spanish Town, St Catherine.



It is being alleged that Robertson, acting on the instructions of Campbell, went to a number of appliance stores and used a fraudulent credit card to purchase appliances.



The Crown is alleging that the men gave the stolen appliances to Ho to sell at his business place.



Campbell and Robertson are charged with robbery with aggravation, illegal possession of firearm and conspiracy to commit robbery.



Ho is charged with receiving stolen goods and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition.



Campbell and Ho were offered bail when they last appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court.



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