Second suspect charged in North Side robbery of elderly visitor

A second man has been charged in connection with a January robbery in which an elderly visitor was punched in the face on Grand Cayman’s North Side.

The man, 24-year-old Jevonie Brooks, was arrested Friday and was scheduled to appear in court Monday on a charge of handling stolen goods taken in the Jan. 11 robbery at the ‘so Serene’ property on Rum Point Drive.

Police said a quantity of cash and personal electronic items were taken in the late afternoon robbery.

The robbery suspect, David McLaughlin Martinez, who has already been charged in the incident is currently remanded in custody.

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