Jailed for breaking into customs area


Tribune Staff Reporter


A MAN was sentenced to two years in prison after admitting to breaking into the Department of Customs area at the Andros airport this week.

Magistrate Samuel McKinney charged Liston Russell, 25, with shopbreaking and removing a vehicle without the owner’s permission.

Russell is accused of breaking into the Bahamas Customs’ area of the Andros Town International Airport on November 18.

On the same day, he reportedly removed Dania Hanna’s brown 2013 Nissan Cube and drove it along Queen’s Highway without her consent.

After Russell pleaded guilty to the charges and expressed remorse for his actions, he was sentenced to two years at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services.

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