Barefooted Moss has a list of charges to answer
FN News Editor
After his month-long run from police, Jermaine Moss was arraigned yesterday in an Eight Mile Rock Court on a slew of charges, ranging from armed robbery to assault.
Police had issued an all points bulletin for the fugitive on July 11 and had considered him armed and dangerous.
The 28-year-old, who is also known as J.B. or Bubbles, was represented by Attorney Simeon Brown when he appeared before Magistrate Gwendolyn Claude on two counts of armed robbery, causing harm, causing damage, assault with a deadly weapon and escape.
Moss was in custody several weeks ago when he allegedly jumped through the window of a police minivan and made good his escape.
He was wanted for questioning in connection with an armed robbery matter.
One of them allegedly involved two other suspects.
Those two, Rahdovo Martin and David Forbes, were arraigned a few weeks ago for the July 18, 2012 armed robbery of Jamaal Missick before Magistrate Claude.
Missick was reportedly robbed of cash in the Eight Mile Rock Court area.
Moss, a resident of Eight Mile Rock, was reportedly arrested in the Hanna Hill area on the weekend.
The barefooted suspect was chained at the ankles when he was escorted to court yesterday to answer to the charges.
Also among them was a matter allegedly involving a civilian outside the area banking institution in Eight Mile Rock on June 28.
Police Corporal Veron Rolle was the prosecutor in the case.
The causing damage count involved the destruction to the police vehicle at the time of his escape and the assault with a deadly weapon count is in relation to a separate matter with co-accused Dexter Davis, who was charged in court last week.
Magistrate Claude adjourned the two armed robbery cases to December 6, 2012 when Moss is expected to return before her for the start of a preliminary inquiry.
As for the other matters, a November 19, 2012 date is set to be heard in the Eight Mile Rock Court.
However, in the meantime, Moss is remanded to Her Majesty's Prison.
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