According to Antigua Observer no official warrant for arrest of Felix Crawford currently in St Maarten
Antigua Observer :
Local police say they have not yet received any official document for the arrest of a man wanted in Antigua for a series of dangerous armed robberies.
An article in the Saint Maarten’s Daily Herald online paper noted that a man who has an outstanding arrest warrant in Antigua, was slapped with several burglary charges after he was captured by Saint Maarten police.
The article only referred to the man as C. and said he was born in St Kitts.
Police Public Relations Officer, Frankie Thomas says no correspondent from police in St Maarten has reached the Antigua police force.
C. appeared in front of a Judge in the Court of First Instance on Wednesday morning, to answer charges of nine burglaries he committed between December 31, 2010, and October 21, 2015 in St. Maarten.
The crimes include burglaries at the homes of a former Chief of Police and former a Minister of Justice in St Maarten.
C. is also accused of committing five armed burglaries, attempted manslaughter against a police officer, threatening a 14-year-old boy and possession of an illegal firearm.
In 2015 alone 28 armed burglaries were reported while thus far in 2016 only two.
During these burglaries C. used brutal force leaving several victims injured.
He mainly stole jewellery, cash, electronics such as mobile phones and expensive perfumes.