Sophia man remanded over robberies, other charges

- including armed robbery of former Assistant Commissioner of Police

A Sophia man facing 12 charges, including robbing former Assistant Commissioner of Police Clinton Conway and his family of more than half a million dollars in articles, was yesterday remanded to prison after the prosecutor raised objections to bail.

Keron Anthony Cummings, 24, of 1189 ‘C’ Field Sophia, was charged with varying crimes committed between December 21, 2013 and March 14, 2014. According to Prosecutor Michael Grant, it all began on December 31, 2013 with a break and enter in ‘A’ Field, Sophia, George-town. Loraine Adams secured her home and headed out to work. However, when the woman returned later in the day at about 20:30 hrs, she discovered nearly $2.7 million in items missing including jewellery, clothing and footwear, and a number of power tools.

A few weeks later on February 20, 2014, according to Prosecutor Grant, at about 11:20 hrs,  Conway, his daughter-in-law Kimberly Alphonso and his son Diego Alphonso were been relaxing in their Lamaha Park home watching television when Cummings, along with two others, broke into the home armed with …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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