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Man Arraigned for Armed Robbery Spree

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A second man is facing charges in connection with a spree of armed robberies.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A second man is facing charges in connection with a spree of armed robberies.

Thirty-three-year-old Denardo McPhee joins his co-accused Stephen Greene behind bars.
On January 17th, prosecutors say McPhee and Greene robbed Shari and Michael Gluckman of $2,000 cash, two cellphones, an American drivers license and two bank cards at gunpoint.

Four days later, on January 21st, they’re accused of robbing Ross and Taresa Salmon of an iPhone XR, a wallet, $75 in cash and a bracelet watch, worth $600. The following day, the pair allegedly robbed Nicholas and Janice Maris of $20,000 in jewelry, a TV, laptops, AirPods, an iPad and an Apple Watch.They’re accused of receiving two iPads and Apple Watch and a pair of air buds that belonged to the Maris family.

Both men are also charged with breaking into the home of Neil Dames at Bayview Drive on January 14,2023.They allegedly stole appliances with a collective value of $1,413.94 in the incident.On January 8, McPhee alone is accused of robbing Annatasha Etienne of her gun permit, social security card, NIB card, US passport, $508 cash and an iPhone Pro Max at gunpoint.McPhee was not required to enter a plea to the charges when he appeared before Magistrate Algernon Allen Jr.

He was denied bail and returns to court on March 21.

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