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Victor Pratt charged of Robbery of San Cas Employee Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 January 2013 00:00

VictorVictor Pratt will spend his 26th birthday behind bars. That is because he was charged along with Micshak Flores for the robbery of over $40,000 in cash and cheques from San Cas employee, Leroy Cassasola.
On December 27th, Cassasola reported to police that he went to collect money from Tommy’s Store, located on Central American Boulevard, at about 6:20 p.m. He placed the money into a knapsack and as he got on his motorcycle, he was approached by two men; one was armed with a gun. The men ordered him to hand over the knapsack and other personal items. According to Casssaola, fearing for his life, he complied with his attackers demands. The robbers take amounted to $19,000 in cash and some cheques which upped the total to some $40,250.

Flores was captured shortly after the incident took place. He appeared in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on January 3rd and will be held on remand until his next court appearance. Pratt appeared in court on Monday, January 7th, where he was read a single charge of robbery. He was unrepresented and due to the fact that the offense was committed with a firearm, no plea was taken and he was remanded to prison until his next court appearance on March 5th.