Alleged Marigot Credit Union robbers Mitchel “Dish” Joseph and Princeton George were granted bail when they appeared in court.
Joseph got bail in the sum of $280,000 while George’s bail sum was $250,000.
Joseph was originally granted bail in the sum of $250,000 and was supposed to surrender all his travel documents to the court as a condition for bail. However, he reported to Magistrate Ossie Lewis that he could not locate his passport.
The accused bail conditions were therefore revisited and he is to report to the Portsmouth police station every day instead. In addition, he is to notify the court if he has intentions of applying for a passport. His father Michael Joseph stood as surety for him.
George must also report to the Portsmouth Police Station everyday, as condition of bail. His mother Marcia Joseph stood as surety.
Joseph and George were arrested along with Michel Azille, Iam Massicott and Jamie Andrew for the March 9th robbery of the Marigot Credit Union.
They are facing charges of attempted murder, conspiracy, aggravated burglary, trespassing and possession of a firearm.
According to police the money and firearms used in the commission of the crime have not yet been recovered.
The men are all from Portsmouth and are being represented by attorney at law Wayne Norde.