St. Ann restaurant supervisor charged with theft of over $3M worth of patties and coco bread

Police have charged a St. Ann restaurant supervisor, in connection with the alleged theft of patties and coco bread, amounting to more than 3 million dollars in losses.

34-year-old Shana Llewelyn, of Exchange, in Ocho Rios in St. Ann, is charged with larceny as a servant and simple larceny.

The charges stem from an incident last July.

Reports are that the manager of a restaurant was alerted to pilferage occurring while the establishment as under the supervision of Llewelyn. 

The manager reportedly visited the location and did an inventory, which revealed that a quantity of patties and coco bread could not be accounted for. 

An audit was done, which revealed that the restaurant lost revenue, amounting to $3,659,742,00.

Llewelyn was taken into custody.

A question and answer interview was done in the presence of her attorney, after which she was charged. 

A court date is being finalized.


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