Two men have been charged in connection with kidnapping The UWI staffer Maria Dass Supersad.
The woman was snatched from the grounds of the campus in St Augustine on November 28. She was rescued late that same day in Caura.
Sarkis Mohsen Leunkara
+2 in custody: A suspect wearing a police vest was held on in a police operation in Caura to rescue Maria Dass.
A $1 million ransom had been demanded. It was not paid
Ricardo Felix a 21-year-old labourer of Saddle Road, Maraval, and Keon Phillips, a 35-year-old plumber of Clarence Trace, Valencia, were jointly charged with kidnapping for a ransom and possession of a firearm and ammunition
Phillips faces an additional charge of robbery with violence linked to a crime in the Woodbrook district on November 25
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+2 in custody: A suspect wearing camouflage gear was held in a police operation in Caura to rescue Maria Dass Supersad
Charges were laid by Sgt. Thomas, of the St. Joseph Criminal Investigations Department, following advice from Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard