Two teens admit pizza robbery

| 27/07/2010

Cayman Islands News, Grand Cayman Island local news, Cayman crime(CNS): Two of the four teenagers charged with the robbery of the Dominoes Pizza in Savannah last month have pleaded guilty to the offence. 17-year-old Addie Haylock and 18-year-old Julissa Avila admitted in Grand Court on Friday that they had committed the crime and they are expected to be sentenced in September, News 27 reports. However, two other teens, Anastasia Watson and Ariel McLaughlin, who are also accused of being involved in the robbery and who remain on remand, have not yet entered their pleas.  According to police reports of the incident, three teenage girls entered the pizza parlour at around 2pm in the afternoon of Thursday, 3 June.

The girls who wore gloves and masks were also carrying machetes as they threatened staff and demanded cash. The teenagers escaped with a few hundred dollars and two bottles of soda into a nearby whit Rav 4 car which was allegedly driven by Ariel McLaughlin.

Police arrested the four teens on the 20 and 21 June and all of them have since been remanded in custody after being denied bail by the chief magistrate. The three girls are currently being held at Fairbanks woman’s prison and the boy at Eagle House.

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