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Two men arrested in MoBay joint police operation offered bail

Published:Thursday | September 5, 2013 | 4:22 PM

Christopher Thomas, Gleaner Writer



Two of the three St James men arrested for money laundering by the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Task Force (MOCA) on Friday have been offered bail.




They appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate’s Court today.



Fifty-one-year-old building contractor Robert Dunbar, of Hatfield Meadows in Montego Bay; and 44-year-old Delroy Gayle, of Bogue Village, were each offered bail in the sum of $5 million with three sureties.



Dunbar was ordered to report at the Coral Gardens Police Station every Monday, while Gayle was told to report to the Freeport Police Station.



The third man, 39-year-old businessman, Louis Smith, of a Porto Bello address, was remanded to facilitate the verification of his identity.



It is reported that he had a United States driver’s licence with a different name.



All three men will return to court on October 8.



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