Several charges have been laid against Waterhouse’s promising midfielder, Devonte Walker who is accused of stealing a teammate’s cheque and forcing him to make false reports to the club’s administration.

Walker, 19, is also accused of calling the complainant to a location in Kingston 11, where he held him at gunpoint and forced him to report to the club that the money had been returned.

He also allegedly threatened him not to return to training.

The teenager has been charged with assault at common-law, being in possession of a prohibited weapon, using a prohibited weapon to commit a felony and conspiracy.

Reports from the Olympic Gardens Police are that on December 8, another player at the football club received his monthly wages via cheque.

The player reportedly placed the cheque in his pocket and left his belongings in the players’ changing area.

Upon his return, the cheque could not be found.

After receiving the report, the police followed several lines of enquiry, and Walker emerged as a suspect.

During investigations that followed, CCTV footage showed a man believed to be Walker cashing the missing cheque at a wholesale.

Upon the conclusion of their investigations, detectives arrested Walker and subsequently charged him on December 27.

His court date is being arranged.


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