4 Men Arrested After 2mil Worth Of Corned Beef Went Missing In St. Catherine

As reported by the Jamaica Star, 4 men are booked to appear in the St Catherine Parish Court on February 23 after they were arrested for the theft of two million worth of corned beef.

According to the report, a total of three pallets loaded with the food item went missing on January 5 from a facility located on Salt Pond Road, Spanish Town in St Catherine.

The suspects who were arrested and charged with simple larceny and conspiracy to simple larceny are 26 year old Richard Jarrett, who is a receivables clerk, 21 year old Tahj-J Russell, who was employed as a loss prevention officer, 30-year-old Tordel Henry, who is also a loss prevention officer of Westchester, Portmore, St. Catherine.

The fort man charged was 32-year-old Jermaine Johnson, who is a security officer of Angel’s Grove, Spanish Town, St. Catherine.

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