DPP advises prosecution of ‘wrongfully charged’ woman

The case against Alana Taylor, the single mother of three implicated in a robbery on Lime Street last week, is going full steam ahead following the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

Taylor, 35, made her fourth appearance in a week before Magistrate Judy Latchman along with her co-defendants Peter McKenzie, 23, of 298 Meadowbrook Squatting Area and Aniki Rogers, 19, of 191 Meadowbrook Gardens.

The three had been charged for allegedly committing an armed robbery on Elizabeth Hendricks, robbing her of $341,000 worth of items on March 2. Since being charged on March 5 with the crime, all three accused had been on remand until Tuesday when Taylor was granted $80,000 bail from the High Court.

During the trio’s arraignment last week, Prosecutor Vishnu Hunt had indicated that the woman was wrongfully charged  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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