Mother of 7 among five charged with armed robbery

Rosanne Gittens

robbery under arms first story the quintet[] – Four men and woman appeared before Magistrate Ann McLennan on Friday, August 28, charged with the offenses of robbery under arms and damage to property.

It is alleged that 18 – year -old Christopher Nicholson of Lot 2 Tucville, Georgetown; 17 – year – old Mario Rodrigues of Lot 1A Guyhoc Park, Georgetown; 35 – year – old Rosanne Gittens, a mother of seven, of 4B Tucville, Terrace, Georgetown; 17 – year – old McKenzie of 7C Tucville, Georgetown and 17 – year – old Daniel Boutrin of Lot 157 Arapaima, Street, Guyhoc Park, Georgetown on August 26, 2015 at North Ruimveldt, being in company of others and being armed with a knife, they robbed Haslyn Edwards of one motor car, HC 785.

Rob 1The car is valued $800,000 and is the property of Genevieve Williams. It is also alleged that they stole a cell phone value $ 49,000. Meanwhile, the court also heard that on August 25, at North Ruimveldt, Georgetown being in the company of others, they robbed Wayne Peters of one motor car, PJJ 2432, valued $1M, one cell phone valued $28,000 and $10,000 in cash.

Rosanne Gittens
Rosanne Gittens

It is also alleged that on the same day at Main Street, Georgetown, they unlawfully and maliciously damaged the same motor car; they pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

They were all represented by Attorney Paul Fung-a-Fat, who explained that 17 – year – old McKenzie is an employee of Pritipaul Singh Investment and that on the day after the alleged robbery, the police went to his home in the wee hours as he was sleeping and dragged him out of bed.

rob 2The lawyer said that the same treatment was meted out to Ronaldo Rodrigues and requested bail for the accused; however, the Prosecution objected due to the gravity and nature of the offenses.

The court heard that the police acted on information received and staked out the locations frequented by the defendants when they caught them setting one of the stolen cars on fire.

They were all remanded to prison and are expected to make their next court appearance on September18.



  1. That woman is mentally retarded. She has to be for her to make herself a baby factory in this enlightened era and then to get involved in criminal activity with a gang of little boys. Mental deficiency or not she should feel the full weight of the law if found guilty. The same goes for the others..


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