Suspect who stole CIBC ATM and cash in GB pleads guilty

GRAND BAHAMA – Jermaine Steven Moss, 35, of Deadman’s Reef, Grand Bahama was  charged on Tuesday with shop breaking as well as causing damage to and stealing $51,210 from a CIBC automatic teller machine.

Moss, who appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson in Magistrate court number one, pleaded guilty to five counts of criminal charges relative to shop breaking at  Solomon’s, two counts of causing damage to Garvy Tool trucks and one count of causing damage to B&B Trucking.

Moss was sentenced to five years and four months in prison at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services.

Meanwhile Moss’ co-accused, Renard Oliver Fulford, 33, of Hanna Hill, Eight Mile Rock, was charged with two counts of possession of proceeds of criminal conduct.

Moss pleaded not guilty to these charges and the matter was adjourned to the October 10, 2019 for trial.

Moss was given cash bail in the amount of $5,000. If not met, he would be remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services until trial.

Kenny Patsille, 25, was also charged with two counts of possession of proceeds of criminal conduct but his matter was withdrawn by the prosecution.