Men charged with robbing tourists
Guardian News Network
Published: Dec 19, 2012
Two men were charged yesterday with seven counts of armed robbery against tourists within the last month.
Stephen Greene, 20, of Gamble Heights, and Anthony Greene, 19, of Flamingo Gardens, appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez.
They were not required to plead to the armed robbery charges.
They are accused of breaking into the Wyndham Nassau Resort hotel room of Jospeh Martino on November 11 and stealing $11,000 in travelers checks and two Rolex watches.
They are accused of using a Taser to rob Jeremy Hughes of $60 on November 20.
They are also accused of using a Taser to rob Kate Szafran of a $5,000 Chanel watch on the same day. Anthony Greene was charged with receiving the watch.
The men were also charged with the December 13th armed robbery of Michael Kowalski. Police said they used a knife to steal Kowalski’s iPod and $40.
Both men were remanded to Her Majesty’s Prisons until May 15, 2013 when they will return to court to have a voluntary bill of indictment served to them.