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Two girls arrested for their involvement in gang-related criminal activities

  • March 23, 2024
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Two young girls have been arrested by Police for their involvement in gang-related criminal activity.

The Haitian National Police informed through a note, that it proceeded this Friday, March 22, 2024 in Lalue, to the arrest of two young girls for their alleged involvement in criminal activities linked in particular to the gangs of Village de Dieu and 400 Mawozo.

“Délouis Tchessy, born June 12, 2006 and Délouis Woodjina, born December 5, 2006 were apprehended while they were going to the Village de Dieu district” specifies the police institution in the note.

The PNH emphasizes that law enforcement officers discovered message histories in the phone of one of the two suspects, who are cousins, suggesting that they were having romantic relationships with gang members 400 mawozo, Village of God, Canaan, Jerusalem 9, Simon Pelé and Grand’Ravine.

While waiting for them to be brought before the competent authorities, the Police inform that the young girls are currently being held in custody.

Arrest of a prison escapee in Jacmel

The police institution also informed that the named Joseph Mackenson, a prison escapee, was apprehended by the South-East Police, during an operation carried out on the evening of March 16, 2024, around 2 a.m. , in the Lakou 34 area, not far from the Jacmel Cemetery.

In this note made public on its Facebook page, the PNH underlines that during his hearing, Joseph Mackenson confessed to having escaped from prison during the attack perpetrated against the National Penitentiary by heavily armed bandits, on the evening of Saturday 2 March 2024, and that he took refuge in Village de Dieu before settling in Jacmel.

Arrest of two young girls for their involvement in gang-related criminal activities

Photo: PNH / Facebook

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