Two female among four held after illegal firearms seized in St James Loop Jamaica

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Four people were arrested and charged in connection with the seizures of two firearms in St James on Saturday, September 24.

They are 26-year-old Omario Henry of Grenada Courts, Cornwall Courts in St. James, 21-year-old Britney-Ann Malcolm, a customer service representative of Marcus Gravy Avenue, Rose Heights in St. James, 30-year-old Errol Downer, a mason of Cassava Walk in Albion, St. James, 25-year-old Allisia Hart, an entrepreneur of Cassava Walk in Albion, St James

Henry and Malcolm were arrested when joint police/military teams and the St James Operational Support team conducted an operation at about 6:00 am, at Grenada Courts in the parish.

During the search of a house, a .40 Taurus pistol and a magazine containing ten .40 rounds of ammunition were found in the closet of the bedroom.

The pair of Downer and Hart are charged in relation to the seizure of a Browning single action pistol fitted with a magazine loaded with nineteen 9mm rounds of ammunition. The illegal items were reportedly found hidden behind a washing machine in a room of their house when lawmen searched the premises on Saturday afternoon.

All four will appear in Western Regional Gun Court. The date is being finalized.