SCAMMA

Jamaica Gleaner - - NEWS -

de­liv­er­ies, in­vited him to take pay­ment from a wad of cash on a ta­ble in­side the room.

Even on his day off, the bell­hop said the young guest called his cel­lu­lar phone, re­quest­ing that he ap­point an­other trusted em­ployee to carry out the ser­vices.

“Even if they are scam­mers, we wouldn’t know. They might look a cer­tain way with the bleach­ing and cer­tain dress­ing, but even if you think it, we can’t be sure, and you can’t just look at them and know. Even so, we still have to serve them. They are guests,” said ‘Sasha’, a fe­male worker at a ho­tel on the Mon­tego Bay Hip Strip.

While some mem­ber of the po­lice force op­er­at­ing in St Po­lice and sol­diers pa­trolling sec­tions of Mon­tego Bay, St James.

James told The Sun­day Gleaner that they also be­lieve that crim­i­nals are hid­ing out in some ho­tels, a se­nior po­lice of­fi­cer close to the Mon­tego Bay sit­u­a­tion de­clined to com­ment on it.

“I can’t com­ment on that and you must un­der­stand why. If I do that, and it is in­deed so, that would only tip them off,”

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