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000 in cash from one of the customers.The bandits
« on: May 19, 2017, 01:28:02 pm »
The owner of Oasis Taxi Service, Emsley Baptiste is assuring the general public that all of his drivers are of proper character.Baptiste made the comment after one of his driver’s was arrested in connection with the robbery at Phone Depot on Middle Street last Saturday.The managing director said that Saturday’s arrest shows that he now has strengthened his method of employing drivers. The man said that the driver who was arrested had only been working at the taxi service for two weeks.He said that all of his drivers are employed through references and police clearances. However he says that if a person is not convicted the clearance would not show if the person was charged.Recounting Saturday’s episode, Baptiste said that the driver who was arrested had left the base on Hadfield Street and picked up two men who were a short distance away.He said that the driver failed to inform the dispatcher where he was going to drop off the customers.Baptiste further explained that the driver eventually contacted the base, but only to ask for directions to the Sea Island Hotel.Baptiste said that was the last time the base made contact with him.The owner said that the driver came back to the base sometime after 3:00pm (15:00hrs) and minutes later the police came to the service saying that they were there to arrest a driver who was involved in a robbery.Moreover, Baptiste said that he was not condoning the driver’s actions, but if it wasn’t for his taxi’s logo, the police would have never been able to arrest anyone.“If persons didn’t recognise my logo the police would have never arrested anyone” Baptiste said.Six men were arrested on Saturday after a daring robbery at Phone Depot. Three of the men were arrested in Tucville and three in Sussex Street. One of the gunmen turned out to be the brother of the taxi driver.The armed bandits stormed the Phone Depot on Middle Street, making off with several laptop computers, cellular phones and digital cameras. They were also said to have taken $200,000 in cash from one of the customers.The bandits, brandishing guns, ordered the employees of the facility as well as customers to lie on the floor and then proceeded to force open several glass cases which contained the items.

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000 in cash from one of the customers.The bandits
« on: May 19, 2017, 01:28:02 pm »