Four members of the Guyana Fire Service appeared in Court today and were charged in connection with the theft of several items from the crashed Fly Jamaica plane.
38-year-old, Fire Service section leader, Collis Williams was charged with Simple Larceny and placed on $100,000 bail.
He was also ordered to lodge his passport and report weekly to the Providence Police station.
The three other firemen, 30-year-old Aubrey Frank, 30-year-old Jammie Kingston and 27-year-old Roiden Kennedy, were jointly charged with having under their control articles, that were reasonably suspected to have been stolen.
The three were placed on $100,000 bail each after pleading not guilty to the charge.
In addition to being granted bail, they were also ordered by the Chief Magistrate to lodge their passports and they too will have to report to the police weekly.
The case will come up again at the Providence Magistrates’ Court in December.
The firemen were the first responders to the Fly Jamaica crash at the airport earlier this month.
It is suspected that the lead officer was the one who carted off some of the personal belongings of passengers. The others were found with the items in their possession at the Fire station.
They have all been removed from duty.