Two St James men charged for lottery scamming
ST JAMES, Jamaica — The police are reporting that members of the Lottery Scam Task Force carried out special operations in Norwood, St James which resulted in the arrest and charge of two men on Tuesday, May 14.
Charged with possession of identity information are Sheldon Colquhoun otherwise called 'Shoppy', 27-year-old of Blood Lane ; and Nasville Prince Reynolds otherwise called 'Jassy', 26-year-old electrician of Hendon Norwood, both in St James.
Reports are that between the hours of 11:50 am and 1:55 pm officers carried out a search of two premises. During a search of Colquhoun's premises numerous Microsoft, PDF and Excel files were found containing names, addresses, and telephone numbers of people living overseas. During a search of Reynold's premises, a white I-Phone 6S was found. It was analysed and found to contain evidence.