Woman accused of setting up robbery that led to shooting

Top left, Dave Miller Jr., top right Deonta Dawkins, bottom left Alexander Pierre Jr and bottom right D’shantae Munroe

NASSAU- A woman is suspected of setting up an armed robbery that went wrong, resulting in an attempted murder.

Police allege that D’shantae Munroe, 20, set up 56-year-old Van Johnson to be robbed outside her home on Watling Street on January 23.

Alexander Pierre Jr., otherwise known as Doole, is accused of shooting Johnson in the head during the hold-up.

Pierre allegedly got away with Johnson’s MacBook, passport and $5,250. Police allegedly found the items at Pierre’s home on Key West Street.

Pierre, his first cousin Dave Miller Jr., 27, of Key West Street, and Deonta Dawkins, 20, of Haven Road, are accused of receiving the items.

The suspects appeared before Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes today and were denied bail.

They return to court on March 27 to receive a voluntary bill of indictment that will fast-track the cases to the Supreme Court for trial.

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