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J’ca police use tracking technology to arrest criminal Cabbie

​Source Nationwide News

The Halfway Tree Police deployed tracking technologies to arrest a taxi operator who allegedly assisted two men in robbing and sexually assaulting two women at their home last month.

The man, 28-year-old Kemar McCarty, of Balcombe Drive, Kingston 11, was arrested mere hours after the incident occurred.

The Half Way Tree Police say about 12 noon, McCarty and two other men attacked the women at their home, robbed them, assaulted them, and then escaped. 

The police responded quickly to the reports and activated their vehicle-tracking technology. 

The motor car was subsequently intercepted and McCarty was arrested.

Follow-up operations were carried out at his home, where the stolen items were recovered.

After being interviewed in the presence of his attorney, he was charged with Robbery with Aggravation, Aiding and Abetting Robbery with Aggravation, and Aiding and Abetting Rape. 

He will answer to the charges in the Corporate Area Parish Court this Friday, December 9.

McCarty’s accomplices remain at large, but detectives continue to follow leads in the case.


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